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What is Nanomaterials

Handbook of Research on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, and Advanced Materials
Describe in principle materials the single units of which is sized in at least one dimension between 1 and 1000 nanometers (10 -9 meter).
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Applications of Nanomaterials in Construction Industry
Salim Barbhuiya (Curtin University of Technology, Australia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5824-0.ch008
The application of nanomaterials in various applied fields has gained worldwide recognition. Nanomaterials have the ability to manipulate the structure at nano-scale. This leads to the generation of tailored and multifunctional composites with improved mechanical and durability performance. Recognizing this, the construction industry recently has started to use a variety of nanomaterials. The use of these materials is found to improve various fundamental characteristics of construction materials including the strength, durability, and lightness. In this chapter an attempt is made to review the use of various nanomaterials in cementitous system. This is followed by a discussion of the challenges related to their use. Finally, the strategies for using nanomaterials in construction industry for the next ten years are identified.
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Nanotechnology Safety and Security: Nanoparticles and Their Impact on the World
A natural material, by-product or material produced containing particles in an unbound state or as an aggregate or agglomerate in which 50% or more of the particle size distribution in one or more external dimensions is in the size range of 1–100 nm.
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Nanoantimicrobials: An Emerging Technological Approach in Food Preservation
Nanomaterials may be defined as materials or objects in the range of 1-100 nm in a single dimension.
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Bridging Product Design with Materials Properties and Processing: An Innovative Capstone Course
“Materials made by design,” which are tailor-built from the sub-100 nm domain and as a result have special optical, mechanical, magnetic, and other properties.
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Nanotechnological Approach to Improve Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes: Concept, Recent Advances, and Challenges
Nanotechnology offers the ability to control matter at dimension comparable to or less than 100 nm (1-100 nm) to obtain materials termed as nanomaterials.
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Cost-Effective Methods of Monitoring Pesticide Pollution in Water
Nanomaterials are materials that are made up of nanoscale structure in the range of 1 – 100 nm. Currently, nanomaterials are employed in various applications including non-stick coatings, scaffolds for coverage of wounds, nanoscale electronic circuits, etc.
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