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11th August 2007 - 10:25 PM
We know that we have to use a AFM and STM for observing things at nanoscale but at the same time they play a very important role in nano lithograpgy where electron beam lithography and scanning probe lithography are the two majors nanolithography thus we need work in nanoscopy to understand and make useful inroads in nanotechnology.
11th August 2007 - 10:32 PM
" he researchers have now found a class of substances that fulfill all the requirements of this technique: rhodamine amides. At the core of these molecules lies a system of five rings. In this form, the compound is colorless and does not fluoresce. Irradiation with light induces an isomerization in which one of the rings is opened. This form of the molecule is red and can be excited several times. " Do they mean that all living cells contain this 'rhodamine amides'?
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12th August 2007 - 08:46 PM
Does anyone trust their firewall enough to brave trying the links that shivgan3 has posted?
12th August 2007 - 11:36 PM
Ahh so you got 'in' then?
I just bounced ;)
I think they didn't trust me?
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13th August 2007 - 01:45 AM
.io = British Indian Ocean Territory
Just a guess, but I bet they are better known for bots and scams rather than nanotechnology research.
15th August 2007 - 03:03 PM
We need investments from private industry for any technology to be a success and nanotechnology is a very important technology and we need to make investments easier and transparent so that nanotech can hit the market very soon, as we know we have not found an alternative to lithography where self assembly is the our only way of fabrication so we need to find some economical and market friendly way for fabrication in nanotechnology.
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16th August 2007 - 02:04 AM
Whats' the bet that shivgan3 is a spambot. No attempt whatsoever to discuss anything, just spamming the site.
Any reply to that Mr spambot?
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