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A lattice-shaped arrangement of atoms that typically has dimensions of less than 100 nanometers, such as a quantum dot.
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Another aspect of improved corrosion resistance in Ni-Cr sample is the nanocrystalline form of Nichrome powder used in the coating preparations.
2) Nanocrystalline silver dressings were introduced commercially as antimicrobial dressings in 1998.
He looks at structural properties not only of bulk quaternaries, but also of their solid solutions and nanocrystalline materials; thermal properties; elastic, mechanical, and lattice dynamic properties; electronic energy-band structure consequences; optical properties; and carrier transport properties.
Nanocrystalline diamond (NCD) surface was found to be useful for bone regeneration purpose, as osteoblast cell adhered well on the diamond surface (11) and it was nontoxic to fibroblast cells (12).
8,765,725 contains both composition of matter and method of uses claims that broadly include Aciex's nanocrystalline formulations of fluticasone propionate.
These droplets solidify into a nanocrystalline lamellar layer, which is then honed.
Nanocrystalline soft magnetic alloys are a rather recent class of soft magnetic materials with excellent magnetic properties such as low losses, high permeability, high saturation polarization up to 1.
The researchers firstly produced nanocrystalline copper powder with homogenous distribution of silicon carbide through high-energy mechanical milling method, and they investigated the structure of the product.
Among their topics are the development and applications of biocomposites from renewable resources, composites of thermosetting polymers reinforced with natural fibers, natural plant fiber biocomposites for structural vehicle components, obtaining and using rice husk ash as a filler of polymers or an absorbent for cleaning up oil spills, and biopolymer nanocomposites reinforced with nanocrystalline cellulose.
The method allows for the deposition of nanocrystalline diamond on a variety of wafer substrate materials at temperatures as low as 400 degrees Celsius, highly advantageous for integration with processed semiconductor electronic materials and resulting in the deposition of low-defect Nanocrystalline Diamond (NCD) thin films.
Nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC) is a renewable reinforcing fiber material derived from wood or other biomass.