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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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Nanotechnological explosives will soon increase the potential for very small amounts of a substance to create very large explosions.
Nanotechnological Inventions will, therefore, enable development of novel agricultural chemicals, seeds, livestock, unknown plant growth promoting organisms, high-end use of agricultural water resources, high-precision farming systems etc., that will permit real time monitoring and management of farm operations.
Future Prospects of Nanotechnological Approach of Phytochemicals
In this context, 2,2,2-tribromoethanol arises as an initiator with great potential for the synthesis of materials with functional groups, because the obtained polymers present hydroxyl and bromine end groups, which can be used as "macroinitiators" for copolymerization with other monomers, including biocompatible ones, enabling the production of materials for nanotechnological applications.
After an introduction to marine bioenergy, chapters address marine algae as a source of bioenergy, the role of harvesting in the cultivation of microalgae, and algal photobioreactors; the biotechnological techniques for biofuel production, including fermentation, nanotechnological, and systems biology and metabolic engineering techniques; the production of specific types of bioenergy; bioelectricity and microbial fuel cells; marine waste for bioenergy; and commercialization and the global market, including algal high-value consumer products, economics, and microalgal hydrothermal liquefaction.
In this surreal novel of the future and coming-of-age tale, Victorian ideals and morals have been reinstated in a society replete with political intrigue and nanotechnological wonders such as matter compilers, which represent a democratic form of organization.
(26.) Castano, V, Nanotechnological Thermal Insulating Coatings and Uses Therof.
The good news is that the FDA says it will focus on the finished product rather than on the nanotechnological aspects of the manufacturing process.
The project will provide innovative technology for producing novel Nanotechnological formulations of chemotherapeutic agents.
The respirocyte is a simple nanotechnological device (Artificial red cell) whose primary applications include transfusable blood substitution; treatment for anaemia, perinatal and neonatal disorders, and a variety of lung diseases and conditions; contribution to the success of certain aggressive cardiovascular and neurovascular procedures, tumour therapies and diagnostics; prevention of asphyxia; maintenance of artificial breathing in adverse environments; and a variety of sports, veterinary, battlefield and other applications.