Nano Science: The study, manipulation, and engineering of materials, particles, and structures at the nanoscale size is referred to as nanoscience (one millionth of a millimeter, the scale of atoms and molecules). The way molecules and atoms come together to form larger structures on the nanoscale determines important aspects of materials, such as the electrical, optical, thermal, and mechanical properties.
Nano materials: Materials with at least one exterior dimension between 1 and 100 nm are referred to as nanomaterials. Nanomaterials can be made by combustion processes, occur naturally, or can be purposely created through engineering to carry out a specific function. These materials might have different physical and chemical properties from their equivalents in bulk.
Nano composites: A nanocomposite is made up of two or more materials having various physical and chemical properties, at least one of which is a nanomaterial. Nanocomposite materials are made to have characteristics that go beyond, and occasionally far beyond, the capabilities of the sum of their individual elements. Future jet wings may be as light as balsa wood while being more durable than the strongest metal alloys. One of the promises made by nanocomposite materials is that.
Nano sensors: Nano sensors are mechanical or chemical sensors that can be used to measure physical parameters like temperature or to detect the presence of chemical species and nanoparticles. They are used in other chemicals, food and water quality detection, and medical diagnostic applications.
Nanotubes: One of the most significant nanomaterials is the carbon nanotube (CNT), which is created by folding or rolling two-dimensional graphite into a cylindrical structure. Nanotubes have a hollow interior. In a nutshell, carbon nanotubes (CNT) are folded versions of two-dimensional graphene sheets. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have exceptional mechanical qualities.
Nano chips: An integrated circuit (IC) known as a nanochip is one that is so physically small that individual particles of matter play significant roles. Only at the nanoscale scale can it be accurately measured. Engineers have always focused on making electronic and computer components smaller.
Nano medicine: The field of medicine known as nanomedicine uses nanotechnology’s knowledge and tools to prevent and treat disease. In order to diagnose, deliver, sense, or operate upon a living creature, nanomedicine involves the use of tiny materials, such as biocompatible nanoparticles and nanorobots.