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This module covers the unique attributes of the nano-scale and some examples of these unique attributes, including small size, high surface to volume ratio, surface forces in relation to bulk forces, quantum mechanical...
This PowerPoint presentation, created by the Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization at Pennsylvania State University, features bottom-up nanofabrication. It discusses two processes of this type of...
This module gives a snapshot of nanotechnology today including the worldwide investment in nanotechnology, workforce demands, and some examples of nanotechnology being used to enhance consumer products. This module is...
This module gives an overview of nanotechnology, what the word nanotechnology means, and where it comes from. It also explores the differences between the macro-scale, micro-scale, and nano-scale. Finally, this module...
The understanding of vacuum function and systems is essential for students and employees working within the micro- and nanofabrication industry. This presentation/webinar highlights the use, construction, and examples...
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