Nanomanufacturing

 

Manufacturing at the nanoscale. The industrial application of nanotechnologies.

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Nanomanufacturing is a term used to describe either the production of nanoscaled materials, which can be powders or fluids, or to describe the manufacturing of parts "bottom up" from nanoscaled materials or "top down" in smallest steps for high precision, used in several technologies such as laser ablation, etching and others. Nanomanufacturing should not be confused with molecular manufacturing, which refers specifically to the manufacture of complex, nanoscale structures by means of nonbiological mechanosynthesis (and subsequent assembly).

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Same as molecular manufacturing

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Same as molecular manufacturing.

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Nanomanufacturing is the controllable manipulation of materials structures, components, devices, and systems at the nanoscale (1 to 100 nanometers) in one, two, and three dimensions for large-scale reproducibility of value-added components and devices. Nanomanufacturing remains the essential bridge between the discoveries of the nanosciences and real-world nanotechnology products.

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Same as molecular manufacturing.

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Manufacturing at the nanoscale. The industrial application of nanotechnologies.

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Same as molecular manufacturing.

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