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  • n. Plural form of nanofilm.

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Examples

  • Also, like in the show, researchers are studying the electronic applications of nanofilms.

    Eleventh Hour: Nanofilms

  • Several commercial companies make nanofilms that make glasses, computer monitors, or optical lenses resistant to fog and finger prints.

    Eleventh Hour: Nanofilms

  • SOI sensors and MEMS; 4. nanodots, nanowires and nanofilms.

  • Nanofilm, co-founded by Dr. Rickert in 1985, makes performance-enhanced nanofilms, nanocomposite films and surface care for the optical, transportation, energy, sports and other markets.

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  • When molten polymer nanofilms were inserted within a slender gap separating two silicon wafers that were held at different temperatures, arrays of nanoscale pillars spontaneously developed.

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  • His presentation will focus on how nanofilms can create advanced performance characteristics at the surface of a substrate, maximizing the benefit from nanomaterials, keeping the costs of such benefits affordable, and integrating the technology more easily and cost-efficiently into current production systems.

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  • There’s also been work looking at the the properties of nanofilms as self-generating, and electrically conducting, plastics, though early results have only just been published.

    Eleventh Hour: Nanofilms

  • In medicine, there’s great hope that nanofilms will provide enormous benefits as the problems are worked out.

    Eleventh Hour: Nanofilms

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