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nanoscale

(nă′nō-skāl″) [L. nanus, dwarf, + scala, staircase]
Pert. to objects approx. 1 nanometer (nm) in size, i.e., about the size of an atom.
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The technique can induce, for a brief period of time, "superelastic" behavior to different metals by applying high-energy laser shots, which enables the metal to flow into the nanoscale features of the rolling stamp -- circumventing the formability limit.
Citation: Nur Izzati Aminuddin et al., "Osteoblast and stem cell response to nanoscale topographies: a review," Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, 2016; 17 (1): 698 DOI: 10.1080/14686996.2016.1242999
acknowledge support under the Cooperative Research Agreement between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, award number 70ANB10H193, through the University of Maryland.
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In March 2009, FHWA's EAR Program held a workshop with experts from academia and other Federal programs to discuss nanoscale research and the role it can play in key highway research issues such as infrastructure, safety, operations, and environment.
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