Wet-chemical methods were developed and optimized for synthesis of atomically
monodisperse plasmonic gold nanoparticles.
He says that applying computer simulations, known as computational chemistry, can lead the way towards developing quantum-controlled catalysts formed from atomically
Georgia Tech materials scientist Zhong Lin Wang believes 2-D films could power entire atomically
thick nanosystems by harvesting mechanical energy from the environment.
Nanoscale parts and atomic precision together enable atomically
precise manufacturing (APM), and this technology will open the door to extraordinary improvements in the cost, range, and performance of products.
Molecular manufacturing is the production of complex atomically
precise structures using positionally controlled fabrication and assembly of nanoparts inside a nanofactory.
The ability to apply the atomically
bonded finishes using a low temperature, environmentally-friendly process, offers benefits to producers of plastic and metallic products that often cannot be obtained through the use of higher temperatures, according to the company.
The process bonds magnesium atomically
, making it considerably tougher, and thus avoiding nearly all of the known disadvantages of this metal.
Silicon chips, gigabyte disk drives, and many other devices that are based on atomically
engineered materials are all part of the industry
NIST researchers in the atom-based dimensional metrology project made a significant breakthrough in the processing and fabrication of atomically
flat and ordered silicon surfaces.
At least two people, we are told, are hospitalized daily as the result of radiation accidents at Los Alamos -- with the bottom line being that there are no certainties when it comes to the safety of dormant, atomically
manipulated weapons that constantly undergo infinitesimal molecular changes.
By moving the tip up and down to maintain a constant current, the STM can sketch an atomically
detailed topographic map.
A "word" is a collection of bytes making up a single instance of some data type that can be manipulated atomically
A jolly troupe of Japanese wayfarers shipwrecks on a deserted island with nothing to eat bur atomically
Debates about whether the millennium falls in 2000 or 2001 or even 1993 are simply for academic pundits in a cultural context drastically altered by the advent of the computer and its reliance on a precise, globally centred clock and calendar, and the atomically