nanostructured material

nanostructured material

[′nan·ōstrək·chərd mətir·ē·əl]
(materials)
A material whose composition is modulated over nanometer length scales in zero, one, two, or three dimensions. Also known as nanocomposite material.
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E, and her colleagues are currently developing an alternative nanostructured material to silicone rubber that will minimize complications.
The nanostructured material prevents ice from forming in temperatures as low as -13 to -22 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The nanostructured materials have been produced at laboratorial scale but they can be commercialized in future after scaling up and increasing the production capacity.
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The solution can be integrated with proprietary transmission electron microscopes (TEMs) to observe the effects of heating and electrical bias on nanostructured materials during in situ experiments.
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