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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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"Forming metals with increasingly smaller shapes requires molds with higher and higher definition, until you reach the nanoscale size," Martinez said.
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The acquisition, for which financial details were not disclosed, will augment Bruker's portfolio of Raman and FTIR spectrometers, as well as its offering of nanoscale surface science instruments, such as atomic force microscopy and white-light interferometric 3D microscopy.
This acquisition adds to Bruker's portfolio of Raman and FTIR spectrometers, as well as to its nanoscale surface science instruments, such as atomic force microscopy and white-light interferometric 3D microscopy.
The 15 papers describe the visualization of fluxons and their interaction on the nanoscale and in nanostructured superconductors, the behavior of different types of fluxons in mesoscopic and layered superconductors, and progress in controlling static fluxon configurations and the dynamic properties of fluxons in nanoscale superconductors.
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