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Bio-Medical. Energy: Fuel Cell. Drug Delivery (nano-particles). Phar maceutical. MACRO ~10 o m. Industries. Bio. Energy. Electronics. MICRO. [m m]. ~10 -6 m. Nano Science & Technology. Fundamental Sciences. NANO. [ nm]. Chemistry. Biology. ~10 -9 m. Physics.

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Motivation

Bio-Medical

Energy:

Fuel Cell

Drug Delivery

(nano-particles)

Pharmaceutical

MACRO

~10o m

Industries

Bio

Energy

Electronics

MICRO

[mm]

~10-6 m

Nano

Science &

Technology

Fundamental Sciences

NANO

[nm]

Chemistry

Biology

~10-9 m

Physics

Electronics-Information:

Storage

NanoScience & NanoTechnology

Motivation

  • Industries Selected Areas:

    • Energy  Fuel Cells, Solar Cells, Lubrication

    • Electronics  Storage, Transistor (Gates)

    • Pharmaceutical Drug Delivery

    • Bio-Medical  Implants


Motivation nanocellular growth

NanoScience & NanoTechnology

Motivation: Nanocellular Growth

Tendon Cell Growth

Growth Inhibited on Nanopatterned Surfaces

Structured surface -> directed growth

Nanoarray in fused silica

Nano- patterned -> growth inhibited

Unstructured surface -> growth randomly

C.D.W. Wilkonson et al., Mat. Sci. and Eng. C, 19 (2002) 263


Motivation carbon nano foam

NanoScience & NanoTechnology

Motivation: Carbon Nano-Foam

The creation of a molecular structure involves “atom-to-atom” “assembly” under appropriate physical conditions and rate.

  • Laser ablation is one possible avenue to create man-made materials. E.g., from graphite:

  • Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes

  • Amorphous Carbon (Films)

  • Carbon Nano-Foams

Granular low density nanofoam: TEM image shows the free-standing fractal structure of the carbon foam. The foam consist of a network of interconnected carbon clusters of ~ 6nm in size

A.V. Rode et al., Appl. Phys. A 70, (2000) 135


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