Nanotechnology and Energy: Powerful Things from a Tiny World, Spanish Version (Nanotechnologia y Energia: Cosas Poderosas de un Mundo Diminuto)

Subject Area:
NNI Brochures
Author: NNI/NNCO
Publication Date: Jan. 28 2014

Description:
Nano and Energy brochure cover, Spanish versionThe Spanish version of our educational brochure, which provides an overview of nanotechnology's potential applications in the energy sector, including information on batteries, catalysts, solar cells, and green fuels.
 
 
 
 
 

Nanotechnology Fact

Depending on the shape, the application, or the components, nanomaterials may be called by a variety of different names, including nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanofilms, nanoshells, nanospheres, nanowires, nanoclays, nanoconcrete, nanopolymers, and much more. Other nanomaterials have distinct qualities that have led researchers to call them by other non-nano prefix names, such as quantum dots or graphene. Generally speaking, nanomaterials are objects with one or more dimension at the nanoscale. Efforts to standardize these words are currently underway, for example, by the International Organization for Standardization. For more information, visit the Standards page.

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