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Read The role of information theory in chemistry by Philip Ball (Chemistry World)
Is chemistry an information science after all?

Discussion of some potential interesting directions for application of information theory to chemistry (and biology).

In the 1990s, Nobel laureate Jean-Marie Lehn argued that the principles of spontaneous self-assembly and self-organisation, which he had helped to elucidate in supramolecular chemistry, could give rise to a science of ‚Äėinformed matter‚Äô beyond the molecule.

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