By Peter Rodgers
This ebook comprises 35 evaluation articles on nanoscience and nanotechnology that have been first released in "Nature Nanotechnology", "Nature fabrics" and several other "Nature" journals. The articles are all written by means of top gurus of their box and canopy quite a lot of components in nanoscience and know-how, from simple study (such as single-molecule units and new fabrics) via to functions (in, for instance, nanomedicine and information storage).
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