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nanoindentation

Definitions

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  • noun nanotechnology An indentation test carried out at nanoscale, such as by use of a nanoindenter

Etymologies

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nanoindent +‎ -ation

Examples

  • It is a paper concerning with nanoindentation, which is a good work.

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  • Researchers have investigated the mechanical properties of various nanowire systems using different techniques, such as nanoindentation, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and transmission electron microscopy.

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  • Designed for use with the company's line of nanoindentation and tensile-testing instruments, Agilent NanoSuite 5.0 software offers advanced features such as enhanced imaging capabilities, survey scanning and a new test method development environment.

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  • Here is the paper which explains the molecular dynamics analysis of nanoindentation process of silicon nitride.

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  • The properties of the cell-walls were determined from nanoindentation on the wall of the foam.

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  • The properties of the cell-walls were determined from nanoindentation on the wall of the foam.

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  • However, by conducting AFM nanoindentation experiments, the researchers found that the mummified skin had a slightly higher Young's modulus, meaning that it was slightly less elastic and stiffer than recent skin.

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  • However, by conducting AFM nanoindentation experiments, the researchers found that the mummified skin had a slightly higher Young's modulus, meaning that it was slightly less elastic and stiffer than recent skin.

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  • However, by conducting AFM nanoindentation experiments, the researchers found that the mummified skin had a slightly higher Young's modulus, meaning that it was slightly less elastic and stiffer than recent skin.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • However, by conducting AFM nanoindentation experiments, the researchers found that the mummified skin had a slightly higher Young's modulus, meaning that it was slightly less elastic and stiffer than recent skin.

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