Molecule

 

Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds, the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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The basic unit of any substance; consists of atoms connected by bonds.

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A set of atoms linked by covalent bonds. A macroscopic piece of diamond is technically a single molecule. (Sets of atoms linked by bonds of other kinds are sometimes also termed molecules.

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The smallest particle of a chemical substance; typically a group of atoms held together in a particular patter, by chemical bonds.

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Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds; the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds, a molecule is the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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The smallest unit of a certain material consisting of at least two or more atoms connected by chemical bonds. Their size range from several nanometers up macroscopic dimensions. The typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds, the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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Two or more atoms chemically bonded together

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Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds, a molecule is the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.

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Dendrimer

Brownian Assembly

Bottom-Up

Molecular Assembler

Molecular Manufacturing

Macromolecule

Nanocrystal

Organic Light Emitting Diode

Polymer

Self-Assembly

Atom

Buckyball

Electrophoresis

Ligand

Molecular Electronics Or Moletronics

Molecular Nanotechnology

Protein

Rotaxane

Carbon Nanotube

Fullerene

DeoxyriboNucleic Acid

Homochiral

Molecular-scale Manufacturing

Nanotechnology

Molecular Wire

Quantum Dot

Fluorescence

Hydrophilic

Hydrophobic

Liquid Crystal Display

Moiety

Molecular Imprinting

Molecular Manipulator

Molecular Medicine

Molecular Recognition

Nanoassembly

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Quantum Dot Nanocrystal

Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy

Self-Assembled Monolayer

Single-molecule magnet

Amino acid

Biomimetic Chemistry

Biomolecule

Biosensor

Intermolecular

Intramolecular

Liquid Crystal

London Dispersion Force

Molecular Machine

Nanochemistry

Nanocluster

Nanoscale

Orbital

Organic Molecule

Positional Assembly

Positional Controlled Chemical Synthesis Or Positional Synthesis

Radical

Reaction

Receptor

Ribosome

Steric

Surfactant

Turnover

Universal Assembler

Van der Waals Force

Zeolite

A-DNA

Amide

Amine

Analyte

Assembler

Binding

Biosensing

Bulk Technology

Carbon nanobud

Classical mechanics

Cluster

Cofactor

Computational Chemistry

Conformation

Cycloaddition

Dip Pen Nanolithography

DNA recognition

Electron Transfer

Electron-beam-induced deposition

Entropy

Enzyme

Excluded volume

Filtration (ultra, nano, micro)

Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy

Fluorescent probe

Gene sequencing

Group

High Throughput Screening Or High Throughput Experimentation

Hydrophilic Effect

Hydrophobic force

Ion

Langmuir-Blodgett Film

Liposome

LOR Paste

Mass spectrometer

Microcontact printing

Molecular Nanogenerator

Molecular propeller

Molecular Sorting Rotor

Monomolecular Computing

Nanomachining

Nanomanipulator

Nanometer

Nanometre

Nano-Optics

Nanoplotter

Non-specific binding

Pharmacophore

Positional Synthesis

Quasispecies

SAMFET

Saturated

Scanning Probe Microscopy

Specific binding

Thermal Noise

Adsorbate

Amphiphile

Aptamer

ATPase

Auger Electron Spectroscopy

Binding site

Biomedicine

Bionanotechnology

Bottom-up processing

Bridged fullerene

Buckminsterfullerene

Carboxylic acid

Cell adhesion

Chemical Bond

Chirality

Colorant

Combinatorial Chemistry

Confinement

Convergent

Covalent Bond

Covalent Radius

Crystal Structure

Crystallography

Dimer

Dip-Pen Nanolithography

Divergent

Doublet

Drug Discovery

Dye

Dye-sensitized solar cell

Dynamic light scattering

Electron

Electronic Structure

Ester

Ether

Eutactic

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer

Force Field

Free radical

Free radicals

Fullerene doped polymer

Fulleroid

Functional Group

Functionalization

Fused fullerene

Gallery

Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital

Homogeneous catalysis

Hybridization

Hydrocarbon

Hydrophobic Effect

Imaging Contrast Agent

Infrared spectroscopy

Intercalation

Interlayer space

Intermolecular forces

Inverse Or reverse micelle

Ion-dipole interaction

Isoelectronic

Isoionic point

Lab-on-a-chip

Layered double hydroxides

Lowest Unocupied Molecular Orbital

Massometer

Mechanochemistry

Messenger Molecule

Metathesis

Micelle

Molecular Beacon

Molecular Dynamics

Molecular Mechanic

Molecular Modeling

Molecular Recognition Element

Molecular self-assembly

Molecular Sieve

Monodisperse

Monomer

Monte Carlo Simulation

Mutation

Nano-abacus

Nanoarchitecture

Nanoassembler

Nanocantilever

Nanocar

Nanocomputer

Nanodevice

Nanoelectrochemistry

Nanoelectronic

Nanofabrication

Nanofactory

Nanofilter

Nanomachine

Nanomechanical

Nanoparticle

NanoPGM

Nanopipettes

Nanoputian

Nanosieving

Nanotech

Nanotube

Nanowire

Nucleotide

Oxidation

Parent fullerene

Polymer fluorescent particle

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Polymorphism

Potential Energy

QSAR

Quantum Mechanical Method

Redox Group

Reorientational relaxation

Rheology

Ribonuclease

Ribonucleic Acid

RNA structures

Rotational vibrational transition

Scanning Thermal Microscopy

Silver resistant plasmid

Single-electron transistor

Singlet

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube

Sol-gel chemistry

sp1, sp2, sp3

Species

State

Statistical ensemble

Strain

Surface Tension

Target

Thin film

Thiol

Tight-receptor structure

Triplet

Unimolecular

Vibrational relaxation

Wetting

Zeta potential

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