Today, nanotechnology and nanoscience are emerging as leading fields in the technological revolution of the new millennium. Research and development in nanotechnology and nanoscience are fast-growing industries worldwide. Nanotechnology involves interdisciplinary research such as engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine. It entails engaging with matter that is smaller than 100 nanometers and that has applications in the real world. Therefore, the ability to manipulate the atoms at nanoscale helps scientists create tiny devices with diameters of only a few atoms for many applications such as consumer supplies, electronics and computers (in the development of molecular-size transistors for microcomputer memory), information ...

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