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Comment by David Lyndel on December 2, 2011 at 10:33am

dear sir,

 

i can send you more files than you will likely ever read. however most nanotechnology and nanoscience books are very expensive. please do not be discouraged by that statemnt. i might suggest you find some particular books you wish to read. then approach your center's librarian and ask them to try and order them.

 

if oyu wish to accept files from me then please write me at daviddeal@rocketmail.com

 

just so you know: at the prersent i am not active in thef ield due to severe health issues, i would suggest you become as familiar as possible with physics foremost. then maybe materials science, nanoelectronics, chemsitry and bionanotechnology.

 

in the subject header please include TINC so i know it is important in case your email ends up in spam file. sometimes that happens.

 

i'll also be more than happy to attempt to amswer any naoscience questions you may have.

 

 

sincerely,

doceal


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Comment by sami ul haq on December 2, 2011 at 8:36am

HI SIR .\

AM STUDENT OF M.SC NANO TECH .I NEED SOME INFROMATIVE LECTURE ,BOOKS 

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