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  • adjective of, or relating to, a nanometer

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From nanometer.

Examples

  • It is quite likely that silicon will have to be used in nanometric form to make it a viable electrode with very high capacity.

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  • It is quite likely that silicon will have to be used in nanometric form to make it a viable electrode with very high capacity.

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  • Dubbed the “millipede,” the device is able to record and read patterns similar to Braille ode: raised dots and depressions, formed on a polymer layer, each dot of nanometric dimensions.

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  • The devices produced have been optimized to nanometric sizes in order to be able to integrate them on a large scale.

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  • Ms Garmendia explained in her thesis that working at a nanometric scale is precisely the key to achieving long-lasting protheses.

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  • Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created the world's first self-powered sensors at the nanometric scale.

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  • In his research, he uses both the light and the heat generated by gold nanoparticles (particles of gold of nanometric dimensions).

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  • All of these systems have a common aspect: the nanometric characteristics that are responsible for the specific properties related to the postulated applications.

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  • Research teams have also succeeded in lending some of these tools nanometric precision for the manipulation of biological material.

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  • It has demonstrated that the control of light on a nanometric scale can be applied in ultrasensitive nanobiosensors and optical tweezers capable of manipulating very small biological systems without harming them.

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