Complexation (outer- and inner-sphere) involves the formation of multiatom
structures (i.e., complexes) with specific metal-ligand interactions, which was mainly related to oxygen functional groups on the surface of biochar [16, 17].
Understanding the structure of the FC factor is also important for interpretation of multiatom
photodissociation, predissociation, and reaction dynamics [4-14].
Now teams are cooling sticks (as shown below), sails, drums and other multiatom
objects to very low temperatures, where signs of quantum effects may be seen.