Issue 13 of Nanooze completes our 4 part series on Chemistry, begun in conjunction with of the International Year of Chemistry. ( see issue 10, issue 11, issue 12) .The unifying theme of issue 13 is one of the 4 commandments that are basic to understanding nanotechnology, that “Molecules in their natural environment have unusual properties”.
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Topics in this issue include
- Unique properties of water
- Light interaction with quantum dots
- Carbon- Graphene and graphite
- Smaller and smaller electronic devices-How small can we go?
- An interview with chemist Wim Noorduin–with some pictures of “nano-flowers”