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  • noun A nanosized bubble

Etymologies

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nano- +‎ bubble

Examples

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The nanobubble experiments performed in Crommie's laboratory, however, were performed at very low temperature.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • The inset shows a high-resolution image of a graphene nanobubble and its distorted honeycomb lattice due to strain in the bubble.

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  • Specifically, the electrons within each nanobubble segregate into quantized energy levels instead of occupying energy bands, as in unstrained graphene.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    Daily News & Analysis

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