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nanostructure

[′nan·ō‚strək·chər]
(solid-state physics)
Something that has a physical dimension smaller than 100 nanometers, ranging from clusters of atoms to dimensional layers.
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The nanostructures include fullerenes, single and multi-walled carbon nanotubes, graphene sheets, nanoparticles, nanowires and etc.
5M of funding is requested to form a new team of 5 researchers who, over a period of 60 months, will perform computer simulations and experimental studies of solitons in 3-dimensional networks of magnetic nanostructures and develop a laboratory demonstrator 3-dimensional memory device using solitons to represent and store data.
The electrical, morphological, and optical properties of PAni nanostructures are not completely understood where the properties are expected to be different as compared to that of the bulk due to the quantum confinement.
The forces significantly affect the instability of nanostructures even during the production without the presence of external driving factors such as voltage.
The investigation and application of nanostructures have increased in the past few decades due to their unique physical and chemical properties.
3] nanostructure was grown on micro IDE via facile hydrothermal synthesis process following similar setup by Feng et al.
SABIC and Lockheed Martin have announced the launching of a partnership to explore the establishment of a new joint venture company in Saudi Arabia to develop carbon nanostructure materials for a variety of end markets and applications.
Fabricating composites with dispersed nanostructures is difficult because of the problem of dispersing such small particles without agglomeration.
Nanostructure, nanosystems, and nanostructured materials; theory, production, and development.
By melting and absorbing heat at a critical moment during a "magnesiothermic reaction," the salt prevents the collapse of the valuable nanostructures that researchers are trying to create.
Scientists have identified nanostructures in the ultra-black skin markings of an African viper which they said Thursday could inspire the quest to create the ultimate light-absorbing material.
AGC aims to combine its proprietary glass-coating technology with Rolith's own nanostructure formation technology to strengthen its high value-added glass development and produce glass products satisfying a variety of needs.