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Is this a good approach for Nanotechnology ?

Posted on July 27, 2009 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

The fact that the rate of crystallisation rate of Polyethylene is higher than nucleating agent in the other hand Polypropylene is recognized as a relatively easy material to nucleate. This is because the rate of crystallization is low enough to allow the nucleating agent to have a direct impact on the nucleation density. Conversely.

This is probably the reason there has been such minimal commercial activity in the area of nucleating agents for polyethylene.

But Now there is an emerged… Continue

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At 8:36pm on August 10, 2009,
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fateme sadeghi
thanks for your invitation.
At 11:33am on August 1, 2009,
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Abdul Rauf Qazi
Hi. Im basically trying to simulate an Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) using Quantum-dots. The whole idea is to create smaller and faster computer circuits using the leaset amount of materials. In this case, i am utilizing quantum dots which are nano particals with the ability to capture electrons and light. Theoretically, this could mean the dawn of a new era in silicon circuits!
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Thank you and I am happy to have joined the group. I live in a society that has a very ambivalent attitude toward science, enjoying the benefits while demonizing the scientists. This never made sense to me because if God did create the universe, He also created the properties and conditions that make all the advances, and benefits, of science possible. He also made us curious and in the words of Einstein, try to discover "how God makes the Universe work." I see no conflict in this and as we find more and more about this amazing creation, we can appreciate God's power and cleverness in structuring a system that is self-consistent and self-sustaining. I look forward to hearing from others on this.
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Hello Ihab :)

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Asalama ali kum
Were are you working these days
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thanks for your invitation.
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you are from alex , iam also
it is company privet??
good chance and more successful
best regards
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It is pleasure to me that being one of your friends.
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it's honor to me to be one of ur frnds
it's really pleasure to me
iam really interested in this field and i hope to continue studying this field after graduate
talk to u soon
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