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  • noun Plural form of nanomotor.

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  • The new technology has the potential to lead to the construction of a variety of nanotechnology devices, including "nanomotors," said McLeod.

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  • The new technology has the potential to lead to the construction of a variety of nanotechnology devices, including "nanomotors," said McLeod.

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  • "For example, a silica disk embedded with four plasmonic nanomotors attains the same rotation speed with only half of the laser power applied as a disk embedded with a single motor."

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  • They are used to reinforce high-end tennis rackets and bicycle handlebars, to craft Lilliputian nanomotors, and to modulate signals in electronics.

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  • This is not the first research to focus on constructing nanomotors.

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  • "For example, a silica disk embedded with four plasmonic nanomotors attains the same rotation speed with only half of the laser power applied as a disk embedded with a single motor."

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  • Let's put it another way: The amount of nanomotors to power a Type II civilization, using all the energy output of the Sun (1e27 W), would fit in a ten-kilometer cube.

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  • Nanotechnology researchers are also interested in determining the motion of nanoparticles, which would be useful for the development of nanomotors, for example.

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  • Nanotechnology researchers are also interested in determining the motion of nanoparticles, which would be useful for the development of nanomotors, for example.

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  • What Drexler is saying in this dry passage is that the amount of nanomotors needed to power a

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