Definition of Nanometres
1. Noun. (plural of nanometre) ¹
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Definition of Nanometres
1. nanometre [n] - See also: nanometre
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Literary usage of Nanometres
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1. Pellet-clad Interaction in Water Reactor Fuels: Seminar Proceedings, Aix-en by Direction de l'énergie nucléaire, DEC., Electricité de France, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2005)
"... and in this way a dynamic equilibrium population is established with concentrations of around 1024 m_3 and diameters of the order of nanometres or less. ..."
2. Turning Science Into Business: Patenting and Licensing at Public Research by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2003)
"The intended memory chips work on the basis of single-wall carbon nanotubes with a wall thickness of 1 atom and a diameter of 0.4-3 nanometres. ..."
3. Radionuclide Retention in Geologic Media: Workshop Proceedings, Oskarshamn by Svensk kärnbränslehantering AB., OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2002)
"Rates of diffusion within the bulk were estimated at nanometres in weeks. Experiments with Zn:-  showed the same behaviour but the rate was slower, ..."
4. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002, Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"In view of these facts, the distance distribution of single electron interactions within volumes a few nanometres in size is decisive for the understanding ..."
5. The New Everyday: Views on Ambient Intelligenceby Emile H. L. Aarts, Stefano Marzano by Emile H. L. Aarts, Stefano Marzano (2003)
"... materials are deposited in an LED is typically only l mm2, which means that those materials will need to be controlled to the nearest few nanometres. ..."
6. Statistics and Science: A Festschrift for Terry Speed by T. P. Speed, Darlene Renee Goldstein (2003)
"The chosen wavelengths in nanometres are given below. Sucrose 1896 1904 1908 1960 1968 2248 2250 2284 Glucose 1882 1908 1950 1958 1968 2008 2280 2332 ..."
7. An Evaluation of Community-driven Economic Development, Land Tenure, and by E. L. Nel, Trevor Raymond Hill, Human Sciences Research Council (2000)
"Dissolved solids are less than several nanometres in size and are usually cations or anions. Part of the organic matter is also dissolved and gases such as ..."
8. Energy Technology Perspectives: Scenarios And Strategies to 2050 by International Energy Agency, OECD (2006)
"High solar reflectivity (>92%) for wave lengths within the range of 300 nanometres (nm) to 2 500 nm. Good mechanical resistance to withstand periodical ..."