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, Layer deposits, Molecular machine, Composite coatings, Deposition, Graphite electrode, Molecular symmetry, Electrochemical, and Nanoparticle successively. Fig. 2 Top ten interesting themes of NST for Iranian

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nanoparticles can provide a number of opportunities: high absorption that can help remove arsenic and other heavy metals, anti-microbial properties, fouling-resistant, filtration membranes, florescence that can detect pathogens and other primary pollutants

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some highly meaningful items were taken in account with the use of keywords. The chosen items have been: fundamental nanostructured materials (Fullerene, Nanoparticle, Nanotube); the nanostructured form of a material (Mesoporous for Mesoporous Silica

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Authors: Morteza Maghrebi, Ali Abbasi, Saeid Amiri, Reza Monsefi, and Ahad Harati

parts of this definition, such as novel properties , are ambiguous and may make debate. For instance, there are some evidences about utilization of nanoparticles (∼20 nm) to produce size-dependent optical effects in the medieval lusterwares (Borgia et

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. “Large enough amounts of nanomaterials, specifically a group of nanoparticles, must be produced to meet the demand. This is a demand-pull working model” (Gomez and Etxebarria 2010 ). The two previously mentioned cases are demand pull working models

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anneal’, ‘deposit nanoparticles’, ‘form film’, ‘colloidal solution’, and ‘grow nanoparticles’; it has several nodes and high density, so it shows that annealing, colloidal solution, epitaxial growth, and growth of nanoparticles are strongly related to

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[GENERAL]/INORGANIC NANOSTRUCTURES (2005-)/NANOPARTICLES (2006-) U11-A14 Semiconductors and Electronic Circuitry/SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS AND PROCESSING

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Authors: Aashish Mehta, Patrick Herron, Yasuyuki Motoyama, Richard Appelbaum, and Timothy Lenoir

California at Santa Barbara Center for Nanotechnology in Society ( http://www.cns.ucsb.edu ). Appendix Nanotechnology-specific query terms (Kostoff et. al 2006a ) “NANOPARTICLE

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structure and infrastructure of the global nanotechnology literature . Journal of Nanoparticle Research 8 3–4 301 – 321 10.1007/s11051-005-9035-8 . Lin , M-W , Zhang , J 2007 Language trends in

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search terms for nanotechnology . Journal of Nanoparticle Research 10 5 715 – 728 10.1007/s11051-007-9266-y . Rafols , I , Meyer , M 2010 Diversity and network coherence as indicators of

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