A Study on materialistic dimensions and its applications in Nanotechnology
Author(s):
Srikanthrao V Biradar , mallikarjun kote , Dr. Mahadev Udaygire
Keywords:
Nanotechnology, Nanotube, Nanoscale, Convergence
Abstract
Nanotechnology is one of the very frontiers of science today. It is an emerging interdisciplinary area of research with important commercial applications Nanotechnology is the engineered convergence of biology, chemistry, and informatics on a nano-scale, that is, involving materials measured in billionths of a meter. Nano-scale materials dissolve in different ways, take on different magnetic and electrical properties, react differently to chemicals, or reflect light distinctly from the way they would at normal size. In 1946, when the first computer Eniac was invented, its size was enormous, but its speed was only one-eighty thousand times slower than that of a current personal computer. The story goes that when it was switched on, the whole Philadelphia city left power. With the development of semiconductors, bringing computers down to palm-size, scientists, at first, skeptical of the possibility of making them any smaller due to limited technology
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Unique Paper ID: 150761

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 9

Page(s): 328 - 333
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