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Nanoscience and its Uses in Different Fields

Hazel Scarlett

The science of objects with the smallest dimensions ranging from a few nanometers to less than 100 nanometers is known as "nanoscience," and it is an emerging field of study that deals with objects that are intermediate in size between the largest molecules and the smallest structures that can be produced by photolithography at the moment. In the past, colloids, micelles, polymer molecules, phase separated areas in block copolymers, and similar structures typically, extremely big molecules, or aggregates of numerous molecules have been linked to this size range in chemistry. More recently, types of nanostructures with special interest have arisen, including buck tubes, silicon nano rods, and compound semiconductor quantum dots. Nanoscience is most frequently linked to quantum behavior in physics and electrical engineering, as well as the behavior of electrons and photons in nanoscale structures. Although not technically new, nanoscience and technology are quickly advancing disciplines that are causing revolutions in all sciences on the same scale as what genomics and proteomics have just accomplished for the biological sciences. Nanotechnology takes use of the fact that a material's qualities vary depending on its physical dimensions by applying specific property adjustments of this kind to useful endeavors. Nanoscience is founded on this idea.