Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution
by E. Drexler, C. Peterson, G. Pergamit
Publisher: William Morrow and Co. 1991
Number of pages: 166
This book delivers a rich array of micro-scenarios of nanotechnology at work, some thrilling, some terrifying, all compelling. Probably none represent exactly what will happen, but in aggregate they give a deep sense of the kind of thing that will happen. Strategies of how to stay ahead of the process are proposed, but the ultimate responsibility for the wholesome use and development of nanotechnology falls on every person aware of it. That now includes you.
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by M. Kuno
These notes about nanoscience and nanotechnology should explain to the student some of the underlying concepts behind 'nano'. It describes to the student the physics rather than just providing a qualitative overview of developments in the field.
by Nicoleta Lupu - InTech
This book describes some nanowires fabrication and their applications, both as standing alone or complementing carbon nanotubes and polymers. Understanding the design of nanowires described here, requires a multidisciplinary background.
by Jose Mauricio Marulanda - InTech
Carbon nanotubes are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure. These cylindrical carbon molecules have novel properties, making them potentially useful in many applications in nanotechnology, electronics, optics, and other fields.
by Eric Drexler - Anchor
This book heralds the new age of nanotechnology, which will give us thorough and inexpensive control of the structure of matter. Drexler examines the enormous implications of these developments for medicine, the economy, and the environment.