from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A usually carbon-based synthetic material whose fibers have a diameter of less than one micron.
- noun One of these fibers.
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- noun Any
fibrehaving a diameter in the nanoscale
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And in Mille's case, the sports cars are real: Ferrari Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa wears a Richard Mille watch with a carbon nanofiber baseplate in every race.
To question why it's a marvelous thing for your timepiece to be constructed of carbon nanofiber means to not understand the dream state that just the words carbon nanofiber can induce in a guy.
RTI combined nanofiber-based reflectors and photoluminescent nanofibers PLN to produce the nanofiber bulbs.
FYI, i am in the textile business and make nanofiber fabrics for the sportswear industry. tasks.
His tourbillon would be attached to a levered bridge of carbon nanofiber.
RTI researchers expect the nanofiber technology to be ready in three to five years.
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With those eight animals, we successfully converted conventional livestock feed into nanofiber strands with a tensile strength almost eight thousand times that of molybdenum steel wire.
A light-emitting nanofiber spans gold electrodes that are 500 nm apart.
The costume is now built out of a liquid metal nanofiber material allowing it to quickly change in appearance upon mental command into anything from Spider-Man's civilian clothes to his former costumes, as well as providing camouflage by blending with the surrounding colors.