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Definition of the noun Nanomaterial

What does Nanomaterial mean as a name of something?


  1. Any material having a structure that has been designed at the nanoscale


Nanomaterial: A bulk material composed of discrete nano-substructures that are engineered, synthesized and characterized for a myriad of applications.

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Google previewNanotechnology (2011)

An Introduction by Jeremy Ramsden

A nanomaterial is a material having one or more external dimensions in the nanoscale or having internal or surface structure in the nanoscale (Figure 6.1). If the description is to be kept deliberately vague, one could use the word ...

Google previewBio-Nanotechnology (2012)

A Revolution in Food, Biomedical and Health Sciences by Manashi Bagchi, Hiroyoshi Moriyama, Fereidoon Shahidi

A nanomaterial is a material with one or more external dimensions, or an internal structure, within the nanoscale size range that may exhibit novel characteristics compared with the same material without nanoscale features. Numerous ...

Google previewCarbon Nanomaterials for Gas Adsorption (2012)

by Maria Letizia Terranova, Silvia Orlanducci, Marco Rossi

The accurate determination of the gas sorption properties of a carbon nanomaterial is a prerequisite to the assessment of its suitability for use in practical gas sorption applications. Over the last decade or so, the hydrogen sorption properties ...

Google previewSilicon Versus Carbon (2009)

Fundamental Nanoprocesses, Nanobiotechnology and Risks Assessment by Yuri Magarshak, Sergey Kozyrev, Ashok K. Vaseashta

Introduction Nanomaterial is a material with a size of less than 1 μm, and a typical example thereof is a carbon nanotube (CNT) (Fig. 1). The nanomaterial includes a zero-dimensional ______ * To whom correspondence should be addressed.

Google previewIntroduction to Nanorobotic Manipulation and Assembly (2012)

by Ning Xi, Guangyong Li

Nanomaterial is a candidate and is likely to create breakthroughs in the fields of nanoelectronics. Carbon nanotube (CNT) is one of the most well-known nanomaterials, which has been studied extensively in the last couple decades.

Google previewToxicology and Risk Assessment (2015)

by Anna M. Fan, George Alexeeff, Elaine Khan

For example, because of this emerging evidence, the European Commission has defined nanomaterials as follows [226]: “Nanomaterial means a natural, incidental or manufactured material containing particles, in an unbound state or as an ...

Google previewCRC Concise Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology (2016)

by Boris Ildusovich Kharisov, Oxana Vasilievna Kharissova, Ubaldo Ortiz-Mendez

Nowadays, Eco-friendly Economic Green aspects of nanomaterial ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment (2008)

by Edward L. Melnick, Brian S. Everitt

For instance, machining engineered nanomaterial composites may release airborne nanostructured particles that can be inhaled; and abrasion of engineered nanomaterial surface coatings may release nanostructured materials that are ...

Google previewDictionary of Ceramic Science and Engineering (2013)

by Ian J. McColm

See engineered nanomaterial. enrich. Verb. To increase the concentration or abundance one component or isotope in a mixture. enriched uranium. Noun. Uranium produced to contain more 235U than the normal concentration of 0.711 wt.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry (2016)

by Richard Rennie, Jonathan Law

nanocluster (nanomaterial) Particles between about 1 and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Thermal Packaging (2014)

by Avram Bar-Cohen

While much of the attention has focused on unique transport processes within the nanomaterial itself for energy conversion and storage applications such as photovoltaics, thermoelectrics, and batteries1, a vast majority of global energy ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Mechanical Engineering (2013)

by Tony Atkins, Marcel Escudier

nanomaterial A material defined by the European Commission as 'A natural, incidental or manufactured material containing particles, in an unbound state or as an aggregate or as an agglomerate and where, ...

Google previewDictionary of Energy (2014)

by Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris

nanomaterial Materials. a material whose size is at the nanoscale level; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry (2004)

by J. L. Atwood, Jonathan W. Steed

The nanomaterial within the cage is size ...

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