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nanoelectromechanical

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  • adjective Describing any electromechanical device or system whose dimensions are of the order of a nanometer

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Examples

  • His sister happens to disturb one of his nanoelectromechanical system experiments, and now they aren't where they're supposed to be.

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  • His sister happens to disturb one of his nanoelectromechanical system experiments, and now they aren't where they're supposed to be.

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  • When one of Jack Fletcher's nanoelectromechanical system experiments is jostled in his lab, the resulting explosion sends him into the world of his favorite novel-a seemingly Victorian-era world of steampower, aether guns, corsets, and goggles.

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  • "If you have nanoelectromechanical systems [NEMS] with mobile parts, the Casimir force will be attractive, and the parts will stick together," says Ricardo Decca, associate professor of physics at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

    Levitating Nanomachines | Impact Lab

  • The resulting material has potential for use in low-friction, wear-resistant coatings, catalyst supports for fuel cells, high-voltage electronics, low-power, high-bandwidth radio frequency microelectromechanical/nanoelectromechanical systems MEMS/NEMS, thermionic energy generation, low-energy consumption flat panel displays and hydrogen storage.

    The New Diamond-Nanotube Composite Material | Impact Lab

  • It may not help conquer the Dark Side, but this new light mill does open the door to a broad range of valuable applications, including a new generation of nanoelectromechanical systems

    Nano Tech Wire

  • It may not help conquer the Dark Side, but this new light mill does open the door to a broad range of valuable applications, including a new generation of nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), nanoscale solar light harvesters, and bots that can perform in vivo manipulations of DNA and other biological molecules.

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  • An illustration of the nanoelectromechanical oscillator, with the cantilever on the far right.

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  • Kwon's real-time, special acoustic resonant sensor uses micro/nanoelectromechanical systems

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Kwon's real-time, special acoustic resonant sensor uses micro/nanoelectromechanical systems to directly detect diseases in body fluids.

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  • Capasso believes its influence is the reason that MEMS have not been miniaturised as quickly as computer chips – which have no moving parts – and it may block the development of even smaller nanoelectromechanical systems.

    New Scientist, 28 June 2008

    If I could pipelink here, I would pipelink 'MEMS' to 'microelectromechanical'.

    July 16, 2008