Nanobot Or Nanite

 

A nanobot is a nanotechnological robot nanomachine, also called a nanite, which is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometres (millionths of a millimeter, or units of 10-9 meter).

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A nanite is a nanomachine. It is a term commonly used to describe an end item developed to accomplish designed operations and whose dimensions are measured in the nanoscale. The nanite may have programmed functions, specific purposes and a finite life span.

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A nanobot is a nanotechnological robot nanomachine, also called a nanite or nanorobot, which is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometers (millionths of a millimeter, or units of 10-9 meter).

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Autonomous or semi-autonomous robot with an overall size less than 100 nm. Envisaged especially for use in healthcare: nanobots would circulate in the blood etc. Carrying out monitoring and repair.

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Slang term for a nanomachine (see nanotechnology), esp. A machine able to replicate itself. [Popularized by the Star Trek episode "Evolution"]

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A robot of microscopic proportions, presumably built by means of nanotechnology. As yet, only used informally (and speculatively!). Also called a nanoagent.

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Slang term for a nanomachine (see nanotechnology), esp. A machine able to replicate itself. [Popularized by the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Evolution", Sep 1989]

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A molecular-scale robot created using nanotechnology.

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See Nanite

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A nanotechnological robot nanomachine, also called a nanite, which is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometers (millionths of a millimeter, or units of 10-9 meter.

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[AKA: nanobots] -- machines with atomic sized components. [Popularized by the Star Trek episode "Evolution"] As to their weight, a popular question: "Do you 'feel' heavier after you drink a mouthful of water? A mouthful of water, roughly 5 cm^3, would have the same mass as a ~2 terabot [2 trillion nanite] dose of 1 micron^3 nanorobots. You'll never feel it." Robert A. Freitas Jr.

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See Nanite

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A nanoscale (submicroscopic) robot, of picking up single atoms and placing them with atomic precision to build molecular components.

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A nanoscale device, may be biological (bionano) or mechanical (dry nano/nanobot)

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