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nanoelectromechanical

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  • adj. 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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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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

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

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  • 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

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  • 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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  • The experiments detailed online Feb. 8 in Journal of Applied Physics show how these oscillators, which are nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), could one day be made into everyday devices by lining up millions of them and treating each cantilever with a certain molecule.

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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