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molecular nanotechnology

Building products atom by atom. See nanofactory.
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Examples of nanomanipulation include force pulling and indentation Veeco's NanoMan II System features a new Hybrid XYZ Scanner, allowing greater control and accuracy for nanomanipulation.
For 100% on-line inspection of film and sheet, the new Nanoman system from Nanosystems LLC utilizes one or more low-cost, high-speed "smart" cameras to detect and classify holes, contamination, gels, specks, streaks, and coating defects.
Veeco's newest instrument is the NanoMan II, which updates the NanoMan with a new hybrid XYZ scanner that allows the highest available resolution in a large-sample SPM instrument.
Its Nanoman system differentiates gels as bright, bright with dark spots, or dark--which correspond to a gel, gel with speck, or speck.
At Pittcon, the Santa Barbara, Calif., company is focusing on its NanoMan nanomanipulation and nanolithography system, its PicoForce Control System, and the Sensarray.