Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Biomimetics: The chemical tricks of our blood

(Vienna University of Technology) Biomolecules such as hemoglobin or chlorophyll are difficult to study. It is worth investigating similar but simpler structures in the lab. Unexpected behaviour has now been found in phthalocyanines, whose molecular ring structure closely resembles the crucial sections of hemoglobin or chlorophyll. Their center can be switched into different states with the help of green light, which affects their chemical behavior.