Our research about Competing Dispersive Interactions accepted in JPCL

Modern structural studies of biologically relevant molecules require an exhaustive interplay between experiment and theory. In this work, we present two examples where a poor choice of the theoretical method led to a misinterpretation of experimental results. We do that by performing a rotational spectroscopy study on two large and flexible biomolecules: methyl jasmonate and zingerone. The results show the enormous potential of rotational spectroscopy as a benchmark to evaluate the performance of theoretical methods.

The investigation has been published in JPCL

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