Energy

 

A conserved quantity that can be interconverted among many forms, including kinetic energy, potential energy, and electromagnetic energy. Sometimes defined as "the capacity to do work,'' but in an environment at a uniform nonzero temperature, thermal energy does not provide this capacity. (Note, however, that all energy has mass, and thus can be used to do work by virtue of its gravitational potential energy; this caveat, however, is of no practical significance unless a really deep gravity well is available.) See free energy.

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Electron energy loss spectroscopy

Activation energy

Dyson Scenario, the

Kardaschev Types

Enthalpy

Fuel cell

Gray Goo Or Grey Goo

Lofstrom Loop

Excited states

Fluorescence

Metastable

Quantum

Replicator

Dyson Sphere

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Free energy

Quantum Well

Thermal energy

Bond

Electroluminescence

Gibbs free energy

Ground state

Molecular motor

Potential Energy Surface

Potential Energy

Quantum Mechanic

Reflection high energy electron diffraction

Stokes scattering

Thermodynamics

Tunneling

X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Bekenstein Bound

Directed-Assembler

Heat

Motor protein

NanoTension®

Photon

Potential well

Quantum Tunneling

Raman spectroscopy

Stiffness

X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy

Actuator

Anti-Stokes scattering

Auger Electron Spectroscopy

Auger electron

Band Gap

Binding energy

Biovorous

Breakeven Point

Casimir Effect

Computational Chemistry

Deep-sub-voltage nanoelectronics

Endoergic

Endothermic

Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy

Entropy

Equilibrium

Fluorescence spectroscopy

Heat Death

Helmholtz free energy

Hypsithermal limit

Ion Beam Analysis

Kinetic Energy

Lithium Ion battery

Nanoionics

Overlap

Photoluminescence

Quantum Dot

Quantum Wire

Raman effect

Rutherford back scattering

Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy

Sealed Assembler Laboratory

Self-Assembly

Self-heat-sustaining (reaction)

Spintronics

Stable

Superposition

Synthetic molecular motor

Technosphere

Temperature

Thermoelectric material

Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Transmission Electron Microscopy

Work

X-Ray auger electron Spectroscopy

Adensoine Triphosphate

Affinity constant

Animat

Atomic Orbital

Atomic Radius

ATPase

Ballistic transport

Bio-nano generator

Boltzmann

Brownian ratchet

Catalyst

Cloudharvesters

Coalescence

Coherence

Col

Combustion

Conduction band

Conductor

Conjugated

Conjugation

Coupling

Density of states

Diffraction anomalous fine structure

Double bond

Doublet

Effective mass

Elastic recoil detection

Elastic

Electromagnetic spectrum

Electron energy dispersion

Electron Transport Chain

Energy Conversion

Energy dispersive spectroscopy

Energy dispersive X-ray absorption spectroscopy

Exoergic

Exothermic

Extended X-ray absorption fine structure

Extropy

Field emission spectroscopy

Force Field

Graphene nanoribbons

Gratzel solar cell

High energy milling

Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital

Hydrophilic

Hydrophobic force

Hydrophobic

Insulator

Ion implantation

kT

Laser ablation processing

Laser ablation

Liquid Crystal Display

Lowest Unocupied Molecular Orbital

Mechanical

Mechanochemistry

Metastable alloy

Metastable impact electron spectroscopy

MM2

Molecular Electronics Or Moletronics

Molecular generator

Molecular Mechanic

Molecular mechanics model

Molecular self-assembly

Nanobiomotors

Nanogeoscience

Nanomotor

Nanotechnology

Nanowire battery

Near Edge X-ray Absorption Fine Structure

Octet structure

Orbital

Particle in a box

Phonon

Photoconductivity

Photonic Band Gap

Photovoltaic solar cell

Physical Vapour Deposition

Plasma processing

Quantum heterostructure

Quantum Physics

Radiation damage

Raman scattering

Rotational vibrational transition

Scanning Electron Microscopy

Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry

Self-Assembler

Single-electron transistor

Solvophilic

Solvophobic

Strain

Superlattices

Surface Tension

System

Thermal fluctuations

Thermoelastic

Transducer

Transition state

Triplet

Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Ultraviolet radiation

Van der Waals Force

Wavelength

Wide bandgap semiconductors

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