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The cover image in Nano Letters (9 November 2005) shows two achiral molecules, C60 and ACA, which self-organize in combination to create patterned domains of distinct chirality.

The cover image in Physical Review Letters (25 November 2005) shows defect motion in a confined geometry through an STM image of a step unwinding around a screw dislocation on the top facet of a lead nanocrystallite.

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