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  • n. Plural form of nanosphere.

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Examples

  • Half expecting to see rain drops directed towards my legs to veer away from my force-field woven nanospheres, I walked at a leisurely pace to the train station.

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  • Hollow gold nanospheres that actively search for and burn tumors could prove particularly effective against malignant Melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer responsible for around 48,000 deaths worldwide each year.

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  • -- Gold-coated glass nanospheres of the right size will congregate near tumors, and can be destroyed with a near-infrared laser, killing the tumor cells with heat.

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  • The gold and silver particles come out of compound and form nanospheres 10-20nm across for the desired effect, which explains why glassmakers had such rigid methods of proper temperature it had to be at past the melting point and how long it had to be held at melt to get good colors.

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  • Any more or less would create nanospheres too large or small for the desired effect.

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  • The current study will focus on a well-characterized model porous medium built from monodisperse silica nanospheres concentrated suspensions.

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  • The gold-silver structures yielded images 10 times brighter than other experimental imaging research using gold nanospheres and nanorods.

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  • Unlike previous approaches using tiny metallic nanorods and nanospheres, the new technique does not cause heat damage to tissue being imaged.

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  • By chemically building clusters of nanospheres from a liquid, a team of Harvard researchers, in collaboration with scientists at Rice University, the University of Texas at

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  • "This work demonstrates a simple yet effective method for achieving controlled assembly of nanospheres over large areas," says

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