Mechanical

 

Pertaining to the positions and motions of atoms, as defined by the positions of their nuclei; see electronic. A purely mechanical device can be described in terms of atomic positions and motions without reference to electronic properties, save through their effect on the potential energy function.

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Molecular motor

Nanobot Or Nanite

Piezoelectricity

Quantum Cryptography

Quantum Mechanic

Superposition

Atomistic Simulation

Classical mechanics

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Mechanical alloying

Mechanosynthesis

Molecular Machine

Nanoindentation

Nanomachine

Nanotechnology

Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy

Thin film

Bearing

Carbon nanobud

Carbon Nanotube

Decoherence

Electron Tunneling

Field emission

London Dispersion Force

Mechanical activated annealing processing

Medical Nanorobot

Micromachine

Motor protein

Nanoguitar

Nanoimprint Lithography

Nanomechanics

Piezoelectric

Raman effect

Respirocyte

Strain

Top-Down Molding

Actuator

Ball milling

Baronatation

Bio-nano generator

Cantilever sensor

Clottocytes

Cyborg

Directed growth

Elasticity

Electron

Electronic

Entropy

Exchange stiffness

Filtered Cathodic Vacuum Arc

Giant Magnetoresistance

Gray Goo Or Grey Goo

Grinding

Hylonano

Lab-on-a-chip

Mechanical activated self-heat-sustaining

Mechanical activation processing

Metastable

Microbivores

Micromachining

Milling

Molecular Manufacturing

Molecular Mechanic

Molecular Nanogenerator

Molecular Nanotechnology

Monkeywrenching

Nanobeads

Nanobiomotors

Nanocantilever

Nanochondria

Nanoelectronic

Nanomechanical

Nano-RAM

Optical Tunneling

Presentation semaphore

Quantum Hall effect

Quantum Mechanical Tunneling

Quantum Well

Reaction

Respirocytes

Simulation

Sol-gel chemistry

State

Superconducting Quantum Interference Device

Superlattice

Tissue engineering

Tunneling

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