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01. Introduction02. Seeing Nano03. Physics at the Nanoscale04. Nanomaterials
05. Nanosystems06. Nanoengineering07. Nano and Biotechnology08. Environmental Nanotech
09. Nano and Society10. Glossary

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Chemistry and Biochemistry are in many ways nanotechnologies working with nanoscale structures. In physics the classical laws of motion are not always valid on the nanoscale where a quantum mechanical model often is more suitable, and there are often a wealth of forces that are important that we do not consider very much in classical physics - the surface forces.

This part is about how nanosystems move, the forces that control the motion, and the ways we can model it.


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