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Molecular-Level Encryption: Molecular-level encryption, also known as molecular cryptography, is a theoretical concept that involves using molecules or chemical structures to perform encryption and decryption operations. It envisions using the properties and interactions of molecules to create cryptographic primitives and systems.
Exploring the use of molecular-level properties and interactions to perform encryption operations. This could involve leveraging the complexity and computational difficulty inherent in molecular structures and behaviors to create encryption algorithms that are resistant to quantum computing attacks.