Bottom-Up

 

Building organic and inorganic structures atom-by-atom, or molecule-by-molecule.

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Using small building blocks (e.g. Atoms or molecules) to create larger items or structures. Diametrical method of a top down process, mainly used by nature in biological systems or by chemists to construct larger objects by combining molecules.

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Building larger objects from smaller building blocks. Nanotechnology seeks to use atoms and molecules as those building blocks. The advantage of bottom-up design is that the covalent bonds holding together a single molecule are far stronger than the weak. [NTN] Mostly done by chemists, attempting to create structure by connecting molecules.

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Building larger objects from smaller building blocks

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Building organic and inorganic structures atom-by-atom, or molecule-by-molecule.

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Building larger objects from smaller building blocks. Nanotechnology seeks to use atoms and molecules as those building blocks. The advantage of bottom-up design is that the covalent bonds holding together a single molecule are far stronger than the weak. [NTN] Mostly done by chemists, attempting to create structure by connecting molecules.

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Building (or designing) larger, more complex objects by integration of smaller building blocks or components.

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In nanotechnology, the construction of machines using atoms and molecules.

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Top-down and bottom-up design

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Nanoassembly

Nanosensor

Nanotechnology

Self-Assembly

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