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nanoscale

At nanometer size. Any device only a few nanometers in size is nanoscale. Nanotechnology is said to comprise elements less than 100 nanometers in size (100 nm). See nanotechnology and nanometer.
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The microparticle consists of many nanosized layers with macropores between sheet stacks.
Thus, there information on the efficiency of the introduction of nanosized silver particles with increased chemical, biological, bactericidal and antimicrobial activity into a matrix of metal oxyhydroxide, polymer films of various composition for controlling pathogens, water treatment, and sewage is presented in papers [1-3].
Pectolytic enzyme was activated by nanosized Si-hydroxyapatite, which was synthesized by the procedure of deposition from solutions described elsewhere [13].
The nanosized material--bacteria poop, if you like--had opalescent properties, meaning it scattered light in different colours and from different directions.
A small MRI-like device made of diamond has performed a scan of a single proton, a big step toward using magnetic imaging to look in-depth at viruses, proteins and other nanosized biological objects.
NanoScript is a platform technology, based on the combination of nanosized particles including gold and other unique FDA approved biomaterials, with a series of predetermined peptides and binding domains in specific ratios to create a synthetic transcription factor capable of differentiating hADSCs without introducing a virus or altering the cells DNA.
Topics include properties (thermal shock resistance and flame retardance, magnetic properties, optics, failure mechanisms, multiscale modeling), types (in metal matrix composites, carbon nanotube reinforced glass and glass\ceramic matrix composites, ultra-thin coatings using atomic deposition), processing metallic-ceramic composite powders, sintering of ulrafine and nanosized ceramic and metallic particles, and applications (ceramic nanomposites for energy storage and power generation, biomedical applications, and tissue engineering).
Patients should use products containing micronized or nanosized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which do not scatter light in the visible spectrum but are highly effective at blocking UV radiation, he advised.
Similarly, it has also been observed that exposed surface area contributes a key role in catalysis and therefore nanosized materials are used for this purpose.
Dinesh Katti and graduate student Avinash Ambre includes a novel method that uses nanosized clays to make scaffolds to mineralize bone minerals such as hydroxyapatite.
1 g calcium carbonate, 2 g talcum powder, 4 g nanosized ZnO, 1 g nanosized [Ti0.