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nan·o·par·ti·cle

 (năn′ō-pär′tĭ-kəl)
n.
Any of various microscopic particles, especially a single molecule such as a buckminsterfullerene, with dimensions in the nanometer range.

nanoparticle

(ˈnænəʊˌpɑːtɪkəl)
n
(General Physics) a particle with dimensions less than 100 nanometres
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2] coatings obtained on metal substrate have better mechanical properties compared to nanopowder photocatalysts and are perspective for solving energy and environmental pollution problems.
Characteristic peaks of (0 0 1), (1 2 0), (2 1 0), (1 1 2), (0 3 0), (0 2 2), (3 1 0), (2 2 2), (3 1 2), (2 1 3), (0 0 4), (0 5 2) and (0 3 4) of stoichiometric HAP phase were present in XRD pattern of HAP nanopowder as shown in Figure 2(a).
2] and urea in 1:2 molar ratio at 450[degrees]C for 4 h, (23) followed by (ii) a treatment of the resulted nanopowder through immersion in hydrazine hydrate 60% solution for 12 h.
It is created by pressing a nanopowder of magnesium aluminate at high pressure into a mould and heating, before polishing.
Synthesis and structure of PMN-PT ceramic nanopowder free from pyrochlore phase", Ceramics International, 35(7): 2899-2905.
According to the researcher, the proposed photocatalyst has been produced in two forms of composite mesoporous silica and deposited with titania nanopowder.
8226; China has a large number of domestic magnesium oxide nanopowder manufactures, offering products at prices lower than the global average.
The nanopowder is used as a thermal block in these devices and can be produced through a simple and economical method.
2], nanopowder is one of the widely used fillers (8).
544) for all powders with the exception of nanopowder K, for which we used the RI of zinc oxide (2.
This center focuses on nanocoating, nonmaterials and nanopowder R&D and industry development, he concluded.
Materials and Methods: MgO nanopowder (Sigma-Aldrich Cat no: 549649, 50 nm particle size nanopowder) was dispersed in 100 ml of sterile saline in a sealed conical flask and stirred at ambient temperature for four hours prior to be diluted to the specified concentrations for treatment of cells.