Nanoscale

 

Scale with nanometre order of magnitude.

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Having one or more Euclidean spatial dimensions typically in the range of 100 nm or less, i.e. From the (macro) molecular down to the atomic scale, but excluding the subatomic scale.

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Having one or more dimensions of the order of 100 nm or less

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Significantly smaller than a micron; on the scale of large molecules; capable of interacting with molecules; capable of being built by a single assembler.

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On a scale of nanometers, from atomic dimensions to ~100 nm.

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1 - 100 nanometer range.

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Between 0.1-100nm.

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Scale with nanometre order of magnitude.

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Concerning the molecular and macromolecular level. Generally, the nanoscale is defined from 1 to 100 nm, whereas the range from 100 to 1000 nm is named the submicrometer scale.

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1 - 100 nanometer range.Nanoscopic Scale same as nanoscale.

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Between 0.1-100nm.

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The submicroscopic scale at which nanotechnology works, ranges from a single atom to large molecules in size

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Cell Repair Machine

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Atomic Force Microscopy

Dip Pen Nanolithography

Fermi Paradox, The

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Bionanotechnology

Breakdown

Carbon Nanofiber

Electron Beam Lithography

Ellipsometry

Fumed silica

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Lorentz Microscopy

Macroscale wormhole

Macroscale

Magnetic Force Microscopy

Mechanical activated self-heat-sustaining

Mechanical alloying

Molecular Assembler

Molecular Manufacturing

Molecular motor

Nanoassembler

Nanobalance

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Nanodefects

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Nanoicosahedral quasicrystal

Nanoindentation

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NanoLanguage

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Nanomechatronics

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Nanopipettes

Nanoplate

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Nanoscopic Scale

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Nanosome

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Pico Technology

Picotechnology

Self-Replication

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