Get up to speed on nanotechnology and the many biological, chemical, physical, environmental, and political aspects of this developing science

Ever wonder how they make tiny machines? The booming field of nanotechnology is all about building highly advanced super-small machines and devices
from the ground up. Nanotechnology Demystified provides you with
everything you need to know about the many biological, chemical,
physical, environmental, and political aspects of nanotechnology.
There's no faster, easier way to enhance your knowledge of this
up-and-coming branch of science where little doesn't mean less, it means
more: more super-small devices, more jobs, more research opportunities
for you.

With Nanotechnology Demystified, you can master nanotechnology one simple step at a time -- at your own pace. This
unique, self-teaching guide features multiple-choice questions at the
end of each chapter to pinpoint weaknesses, and a final exam to
reinforce what you've learned in the book.

This one-of-a-kind, self-teaching text offers:

Valuable Nanotech Notes, Tips, Scientific News, and International Trends
Coverage of nanotechnology's influence on pharmaceuticals, biomedical
applications, energy, communications, engineering, and the environment
An accessible way to understand topics like carbon nanotubes, quantum
dots, nano optics, lab-on-a-chip sensors, nanocomposites, DNA computers,
and more
A final exam that you can take and grade yourself
Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student,
Nanotechnology Demystified is your shortcut to mastering the science of
the very small.

It is exciting to learn about the nanoscale world and nanotechnology's influence on pharmaceuticals, biomedical
applications, energy, communications, engineering and the environment.
The most amazing stuff are 'nanomedicine' and 'quantum computing &
communications'. For your information, nanomedicine describes the
medical field of targeting disease or repairing damaged tissues at the
molecular level. Quantum computers will be able to process and store
huge amounts of information. Quantum processing can operate millions,
even billions of times faster than today's supercomputers!
Nanotechnology promises to bring vast improvements in technology and standard of
living in the next generation, and "Nanotechnology Demystified" is a
good way for the general reader to get up to speed on this exciting new
field. The author explains the basic scientific concepts behind
nanotechnology, and then describes the expected advances that
nanotechnology will make possible in areas such as health care, energy,
computing, communications, electronics, and more. This is a book that
will make the reader excited about the future. Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology forms the basis of many evolving and upcoming technologies. This is an easy way to have a closer look at the
technology without going through all the technical...

NanoTechnology Demystified by Linda Williams, Wade Adams

Table of contents


Chapter 1: Buckyball Discovery
Chapter 2: Nanoscale
Chapter 3: What Makes Nano Special?
Chapter 4: Nanoscience Toolbox
Test: Part One
Chapter 5: Biology
Chapter 6: Medicine
Chapter 7: Environment
Test: Part Two
Chapter 8: Materials
Chapter 9: Electronics and Sensors
Chapter 10: Communications
Chapter 11: Energy
Test: Part Three
Chapter 12: Business and Investing
Chapter 13: Nanotechnology and Public Policy
Chapter 14: From Here to There

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