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  • adj. nanoscale (attributive)


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nano- +‎ scaled


  • Very important for simulation in the nanoscaled sciences.

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  • Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction RT-PCR uses nanoscaled fluorescent probes that allow the tracking of the progress of the amplification from the start.

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  • This holds great promise for building next-generation nanoscaled integrated chips with much lower power consumption. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Containing 16 peer-reviewed papers, this issue covers various aspects and the latest developments related to processing, modeling and manufacturing technologies of nanoscaled materials including CNT and clay-based composites, nanowire-based sensors, new generation photovoltaic cells, plasma processing of functional thin films, ceramic membranes and self-assembled functional nanostructures.

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  • What's most amazing is that the structure of these memory chips are actually memristors - nanoscaled components that retain their resistance even when no current is passing though them - which could be the next step in faster computing and larger capacity, all packed in a drastically smaller size.

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  • Often the nanomaterials needed to make ultrasmall biomedical devices and nanoscaled polymer-based electronics are in solution, which means that they don’t lend themselves to traditional microfabrication techniques.

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  • "With the use of nanoscaled magnetic materials, spintronics or electronic devices, when switched off, will not have a stand-by power dissipation problem. - latest science and technology news stories


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