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    Author(s): Inc. Atlanta Prepared by Energetics
    Date: 2005
    Source: TAPPI Press, 2005. 84p. ISBN: 1595100873.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Nanotechnology is defined as the manipulation of materials measuring 100 nanometers or less in at least one dimension. Nanotechnology is expected to be a critical driver of global economic growth and development in this century. Already, this broad multi-disciplinary field is providing glimpses of exciting new capabilities, enabling materials, devices, and systems that can be examined, engineered, and fabricated at the nanoscale. Using nanotechnology to controllably produce nanomaterials with unique properties is expected to revolutionize technology and industry.

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    Prepared by Energetics, Inc. Atlanta, GA. 2005. Nanotechnology for the forest products industry: vision and technology roadmap. TAPPI Press, 2005. 84p. ISBN: 1595100873.

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