Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Recent trends in Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is the understanding, management and control of matter with dimensions measuring from 1 to 100 nanometers. It can sometimes be written as “Nanotech”.
Nanotechnology encompasses engineering, science and technology with the amalgamation of measuring, modeling, imaging and manipulation matter at nanoscale.
On the basis of classification by size, nanotechnology is very extensive in nature, comprising of various other fields of science such as molecular biology, organic chemistry, semi-conductor physics, surface science, micro fabrication etc.

The name of Bentham Science is highly remarkable within the STM Publication industry. They have a lot of journals based on nanotechnology. To view all these Bentham Journals visit:
The advancement of distinctive nanoscale structures has the prospective of revolutionizing industry including medicine, electronics and consumer products.
“Every industry that involves manufactured items will be impacted by nanotechnology research. Everything can be made in some way better-stronger, lighter, cheaper, easier to recycle-if it`s engineered and manufactured at the nanometer scale.”
(Stan Williams, Director of Quantum Science Research, HP Labs)
The progress of nanotechnology is still in the research stage but some engineered nanomaterials have been fabricated which are used in commercial applications now-a-days.

Some of the examples of products which are developed using nanotechnology include cosmetics, stain-free mattresses and clothes, bumpers and catalytic converters on cars, polymer films used for the display of digital cameras, cell phones, laptops etc.


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