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Nanotechnology and nanoscience is about controlling and understanding matter on the sub-micrometer and atomic scale. This wikibook on nanoscience and nanotechnology gathers information about the various tools, methods and systems to provide students, researchers and everyone else an open-source handbook and overview guide to this vast interdisciplinary and expanding field - a book that can be adjusted as new things appear and improved by you! Chapter 1: Introduction Why is nanotechnology such a 'hot' subject - and is it more hype than substance? This part gives a brief introduction to the visions of nanotechnology and why so many people are working on it around the world. To help set a perspective there are overview tables with timelines, length scales and information resources. Nanotechnology
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Intro to Size and Scale | Exploring the Nanoworld Introduction It is useful to know the approximate sizes of things. Is something bigger than a bread box? Will it fit through a doorway? Is it as big as it is supposed to be?
Molecular Workbench - Visual, Interactive Simulations for Teaching & Learning Science
Exploring the Nanoworld... Innovating through Materials: University of Wisconsin MRSEC IEG
Greta Zenner Petersen explains what exactly Nanotechnology is and why it's getting so much buzz. Defining Nanotechnology The term "nanotechnology" has been getting a lot of attention in the media in the past few years. News stories have heralded nanotechnology as the next scientific revolution--with promises of faster computers, cures for cancer and solutions to the energy crisis, to name a few. But what exactly is "nanotechnology"? And, can it fulfill all these promises? What is Nanotechnology? | Exploring the Nanoworld
Intro to Size and Scale | Exploring the Nanoworld