Definitions

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  • n. A net, the fibers of which have sizes within the range of nanometers.

Etymologies

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From nano- +‎ net.

Examples

  • The high conductivity and the structural integrity of the TiSi2 nanonet core were proven as great merits to permit reproducible Li+ insertion and extraction into and from the Si coating.

    Next Big Future

  • The nanonet helps to split water into molecules of hydrogen and oxygen, and can store or release the hydrogen fuel depending on the temperature.

    Bostonist

  • At bottom, a flexible nanonet rolls up when poked by the tip of a scanning tunneling microscope.

    Impact Lab

  • The top image shows a nanonet magnified 50,000 times.

    Impact Lab

  • Because of its high surface area, the nanonet enhances this reaction.

    Impact Lab

  • Called a nanonet because of its two-dimensional branching structure, the material is made up of a compound that has been demonstrated to enable the water-splitting reaction.

    Impact Lab

  • "We're excited to have discovered this unique structure and we are already at work to gauge just how much the nanonet can improve the performance of a material that is already used in electronics and clean energy applications," said Wang.

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  • Tests showed an improved performance in the material's ability to conduct electricity through high quality connections of the nanonet, which suggest the material could lend itself to applications from electronics to energy-harvesting, Wang said.

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