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nanodot

(ˈnænəʊˌdɒt)
n
(Computer Science) a microscopic cluster of several hundred nickel atoms that can be used to store extremely large amounts of data in a computer chip
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Fabrication of gold nanodot array using anodic porous alumina as an evaporation mask.
"Fabrication of gold nanodot array using anodic porous alumina as an evaporation mask" Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 35: L126-L129 (1996)
Unfortunately, our preliminary experiments determined that rBMSCs were difficult to form cell sheets on the Ti[O.sub.2] nanodot films.
OSL nanoDot detectors are used to measure the doses which showed significant agreement(coefficient of correlation is 0.998) with the other two reference detectors, the Cobia Flex and the DIADOS from PTW.
On display will also be J-Teck's complete range of digital inks: J-Next Subly, suitable for Epson DX6 and DX7 print heads, the well-known J-Eco Nano Line disperse dyes with Nanodot technology for direct and transfer printing on polyester.
Each gold nanodot looks like a disc and is 160 nanometers in diameter, says Dr.
Instead, they used "estimations of the detection limit based on values of phase resolution known from the literature." From that, they estimated a detection limit of 0.4-2 streptavidin molecules per nanodot.
This salt film model is very similar to that proposed in 1953 by Keller et al., (59) to explain the structure of the oxide film observed on Al alloys following anodic polarization and exploited by Miller et al., (60-64) in the development of a patented process for the fabrication of nanodot or quantum dot arrays (65).
Willemena Perez--stock options and carbon nanodot jewelry--leaves me no choice but to banish your client from ever marketing a nutrition product, for any use, to enroll and complete nine months of mandatory advertising and messaging clinics, and to pay consumer redress of 50% of the gross profits of the company.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Boulder, CO, along with colleagues at the University of Arizona, have fabricated various nanodot arrays using strictly controlled methods in an attempt to find the source of the large SFDs.
"Nanotech Education via Comic Book." NanoDot: News and Discussion of Coming Technologies (A Foresight Institute Website).