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  • noun Plural form of nanochannel.

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Examples

  • This means the nanochannels could also detect impurities, such as arsenic or mercury, in drinking water.

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  • Fluorescence enhancement of single DNA molecules confined in Si/SiO2 nanochannels

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  • To address these limitations, a Princeton University research team, including Dr. Cao, developed a simple approach that uses a nano-fluidic chip to untangle and guide individual molecules into an array of nanochannels.

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  • Princeton University research team, including Dr. Cao, developed a simple approach that uses a nano-fluidic chip to untangle and guide individual molecules into an array of nanochannels.

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  • Fluorescence enhancement of single DNA molecules confined in Si/SiO2 nanochannels

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  • This means the nanochannels could also detect impurities, such as arsenic or mercury, in drinking water.

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  • Fluorescence enhancement of single DNA molecules confined in Si/SiO2 nanochannels

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  • The NIST-Cornell nanofabrication process takes advantage of this characteristic, allowing the researchers to transfer a 3-D pattern for nanochannels of numerous depths into a glass substrate with nanometer precision using a single etch.

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  • In a previous project, the NIST-Cornell researchers used heated air to create nanochannels with curving funnel-shaped entrances in a process they dubbed "nanoglassblowing."

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  • The SERS-active Ag / AAO substrate consisted arrays of Ag nanoparticles partially embedded in AAO nanochannels; this was manufactured according to the methods described previously

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