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Question: the field of nanotechnology has made tremendous progress in medicine, electronics, and materials. As nanotechnology products begin to enter commercial markets, what are its greatest challenges? Where are it’s greatest strengths?
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Maureen aylward+12 Other Responses
Metal 3d Printing
We are researching the 3d printing space, primarily a company that consists of talent from the semiconductor manufacturing, 3d printing, mems design and advanced materials industries. In particular, they design and manufacture submillimeter-scale products for healthcare, consumer, semiconductor and aerospace industries. Their products are metal and dielectrics composed of: alloy, palladium, rhodium, copper, parylene, alumina.
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I have a sample of what has been termed "amorphous carbon." this black powder is a byproduct of an industrial combustion process and our initial lab tests indicate a presence of graphene or graphene oxide (e.G. Raman spectra, xrd). I would like to better understand 1) how we can classify this product and 2) how we can use this product and possibly extract/purify graphene at a mass scale. +undefined Other Responses
Are there rechargable nano battery's that can be charged 30mv? I know that there is a switch that needs a certain amount of voltage to charge up a rechargable battery.I found an electric source that gives off 30mv. I believe this source would be able to power nano electronic devices. A carbon nanotube would be just small enough to capture and conduct this electric charge. Graphene may possibly be used as a conductor as well.Also , is it possible to charge a rechargable battery and then once that is fully charged have it charge another rechargable battery that is slightly larger and so on? I asked that last question because i would like to know if i could use this electricity on a larger scale. I don't want to give away the electric source unless i'm sure it would be confidential. If you absolutely need the electric source to answer my questions i guess i could disclose that information if you ask me.+6 Other Responses