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rahul gopinath
what are future prospects for nano technology View All


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Theea Mohammad
Everything is getting smaller. Every chip will be more smaller in future and this will be done by nano technology. by this computers will become more smaller and faster. Mobile set will become more comprehensive. etc. Aircrafts will loose weight. etc

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shilpi goenka
Nanotechnology is creating a technology revolution in the way materials, devices and systems are manufactured and perform.
These include: giant magnetoresistance multilayers (for computer memory), nanostructured coatings (in data storage and photographic industry), nanoparticles (colorants in printing and drug delivery in
pharmaceutical field), superlattice confinement effects (for optoelectronic devices and lasers), and nanostructured materials (nanocomposites and nanophase metals).
In near future,nanotechnology will energize the interdisciplinary connections between biology, chemistry, engineering, materials, mathematics, and physics in education. It will give birth to new fields that are only envisioned at this moment.


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