Definitions

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  • adj. Describes very small particles in a dispersion etc.
  • n. Such a phase

Etymologies

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nano- +‎ phase

Examples

  • This new method provides far more insight into the nature of nanophase materials than conventional techniques.

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  • The call may also be accessed through the company's website, at www. nanophase.com, by clicking on the link under News Center and Calendar of Events to listen to a webcast of the event.

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  • Nanophase Technologies Corporation (NANX), www. nanophase.com, is a leader in nanomaterials technologies and provides nanoengineered products and solutions for multiple industrial product applications.

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  • Nanophase Technologies Corporation (NANX), www. nanophase.com, is a leader in nanomaterials technologies and provides nanoengineered solutions for multiple industrial product applications.

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  • The call may be accessed through the company's website, www. nanophase.com, by clicking on the link under Investor Relations and Calendar of Events.

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  • Other department facilities for nanophase research will be located at the department's national labs.

    U.S. Department of Energy - Press Releases

  • The black rims typically range from 5 to 10 microns in thickness and are composed primarily of nanophase magnetite embedded in a matrix of Mg-bearing sideritic carbonate while the white bands, typically 10 to

    Earthfiles.com Articles

  • "This could be in the form of ilmenite, an iron-titanium oxide, or it might be nanophase iron, which gets distributed on the surface because of space weathering," he added.

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  • But the iron compounds that are there, for example nanophase ferric oxides / oxyhydroxides, are capable of absorbing UV radiation.

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