w1_nanotech_intro

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Miniaturization is of interest - Less space, faster, less material, less energy Novel properties/phenomena/processes - New structures and functions : Engineering beyond nature Unity and generality - At the building blocks of all natural/artificial things; systems! Most efficient length scale for manufacturing - Less energy than for subatomic or macroscopic Transcendent effects : at the confluence of steams
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Knowledge base : better comprehension of nature, life A new world of products : $1 trillion / year in 2010-2015 - Materials beyond chemistry : $340B/year in 10years for materials and processing - Electronics in 10-15years : $300B/year for semiconductor industry, integrated circuits - Pharmaceuticals in 10-15years : about half of production will depend on nanotechnology, affecting about $180B/year - Aerospace(about $70B/y in 10years) - Tools(measurement, simulations) :~$22B/year in 10year World require worldwide ~2million nanotech workers Improved healthcare : extend life-span, its quality, human physical capabilities(~$31B in tools for healthcare in 10years) Sustainability : agriculture, water, energy (~$45B/year in 10years), materials, environment ; ex : lighting energy reduction ~10% or $100B/year
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Sean Murdock, Executive Director, AtomWorks 3/31/03
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Glenn Fishbine   Phone: 1-952-975-0856 Fax: 1- 775-908-1069 Email: glennfish@aol.com Website: www.glennfishbine.com
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Understanding Size 1 meter source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 10 centimeters source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 1 centimeter source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 100 micrometers source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 10 micrometers source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 1 micrometer source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 100 nanometers source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 10 nanometers source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Size 1 nanometer source: CERN http://microcosm.web.cern.ch/microcosm
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Understanding Effects Physical processes do not scale uniformly gravity friction – combustion – electrostatic – van der Walls brownian quantum
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Earliest References
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In the Beginning - 4,000 BCE
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Yielding
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Max Knoll and Ernst Ruska - 1931 electron microscopy fly wing 1935 bacteria 1937 iron 1937
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Richard P. Feynman
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A Nanotechnology Can Exist There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom - December 29th 1959 Manipulating and controlling things on a small scale – Write the Encyclopedia Brittanica on the head of a pin How do we write small? Information on a small scale
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