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3D Printing and Nanoscience

Many institutions now have access to inexpensive 3D printing capability.  These can be used in Nanoscience education for both conceptual and practical applications.  A 3D printer can be used to make models of atomic lattice structure.  Atomic packing factor and theoretical density calculations can…

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Added by Hans Mikelson on May 22, 2015 at 6:23pm — 1 Comment


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Question about 3D Printers and Nanodevices

Hello everyone!

I just wondering if with all the advances on 3D printer technology, can we adapt them to replicate nanodevices in a faster and cheaper way? Is somebody working or doing research about the potential use of 3D printers in the field of nanotechnology?

 

Cordially,

Jose Feneque, DVM

Veterinary Medical Center of Clayton

Added by Jose Feneque, DVM on June 20, 2013 at 5:09pm — 5 Comments


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4D FIBRATION FILM

Image: Hopf Fibration. Source:www.dimensions-math.org. contrat Creative Commons France. Certains droits réservés.



Travel from 2D to 4D in 2 hours through 9 chapters:

http://dimensions-math.org/



Film Guide:

http://dimensions-math.org/Dim_tour_E.htm#guide…



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Added by LaVerne L Poussaint on December 3, 2008 at 11:00pm — No Comments

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