By Masatsugu Shimomura, Teruya Ishihara
This booklet offers with the vast spectrum of nanoscience and nanotechnology, the place interdisciplinary collaboration is crucial. Focuses are put on fabrics (nanoparticles, dendrimer, CNT), fabrication (LB movie, SAM, replacement adsorption, microcontact printing, photofabrication) and characterization (scanning probe microscopy and electron microscopy) at the nanoscale. rising purposes to nanophotonics and nanobionics are mentioned to boot.
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