nanoworld

nanoworld

(ˈnænəʊˌwɜːld)
n
the world at a microscopic level, as dealt with by nanotechnology
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In addition, NanoWorld, a founding member of the MSS Alliance, started selling MSS chips for use in scientific research in April 2016, and the MSS is now used in other fields in advanced research as well.
The CNT forests were grown by NanoWorld Laboratories at the University of Cincinnati using a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) technique (14-15).
This list covers the crucial problems in this new field (nonequilibrium spin dynamics, calculation of response functions crucial for pump-probe experiments, new physics in highly excited graphene and graphene-like systems) and the success of the project will represent a breakthrough in our understanding of the nanoworld, with very important perspectives for applications, namely, for the drastic miniaturization of basic elements and enhancing speed of basic operations in electronics.
Structure Analysis of Advanced Nanomaterials: Nanoworld by High-Resolution Electron Microscopy
Oxford Instruments, Bringing the Nanoworld Together 2014 seminar, Kolkata, India, www.
Due to their achievements the optical microscope can now peer into the nanoworld," the academy said in a statement.
the nanoworld," the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced.
Based in the Faculty of Engineering, students enjoyed an exclusive view of the nanoworld through hands-on experiments - making nanoparticles and biosensors, visiting the university's nanotechnology clean rooms, and using scanning probe microscopes to see atoms and molecules.
Department of Energy's (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have transformed the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) into an even more precise tool for exploring the nanoworld.
Fire without burning is just one of the newer oddities to emerge from the nanoworld.
He focuses on technology that has been accomplished in his laboratory at the Nanoworld Institute in Genoa over the last eight years.