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some applications and examples of Nanotechnology
Carbon Nano-tube.

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  • هو العالم الانكليزي وليم جلبرتفي عام 1600فارارداي 1821أديسون عام 1880
  • Intel Core i7 mprocessor …..2.3 billion transistors64 Gb Flash memory…..16 billion transistorsFBGA ---Virtex-7 ---- 6,800,000,000[20] ----- 2011 ----- Xilinx --- 28 nmGPU ---- GK110 ---- 7,100,000,000[16] ----2012 ------ NVIDIA ---- 28 nm --- 521 mm²CPU8-Core Itanium Poulson ----- 3,100,000,000 --- 2012 Intel 32 nm -- 544 mm²62-Core Xeon Phi ------------ 5,000,000,000 --- 2012 Intel 22 nm
  • 1000,000,000nano = 1 billion nano = 1 meter !!
  • 5x stronger than steal 50x tensile strength, or breaking strain than steelcan be metallic or semiconducting depending on their structure
  • pressure up to 24 GPa without deformationsuperhard phase nanotubes is 462 to 546 GPa, even higher than that of diamond (420 GPa for single diamond crystal)The temperature stability of carbon nanotubes is estimated to be up to 2800 °C in vacuum and about 750 °C in air
  • Black Hornet Nano drones
  • Nano Technology

    1. 1. Nano TechnologyBY: OMAR HUSSEIN MOHAMED SAHL
    2. 2. Agenda҉ Introduction.҉ Nano Scale.҉ Nanotube.҉ Nano Technology.҉ Summary.
    3. 3. 1st Generation
    4. 4. 2nd Generation
    5. 5. 3rd Generation
    6. 6. 4th Generation
    7. 7. 5th Generation
    8. 8. Nanotechnology in Electronics Nanotechnology holds some answers for how we might increase the capabilities of electronics devices while we reduce their weight and power consumption.
    9. 9. Nano TechnologyMoor’s Law
    10. 10. Nano Scale
    11. 11. Carbon Nanotube
    12. 12. Carbon Nanotube
    13. 13. Nanotechnology in Medicine Drug DeliveryNanotechnology in medicine currently being developed involves employingnanoparticles to deliver drugs, heat, light or other substances to specific types ofcells (such as cancer cells)
    14. 14. Nanotechnology in Medicine
    15. 15. Nanotechnology in Medicine Therapy Techniques Researchers have demonstrated a method to generate sound waves that arepowerful, but also tightly focused, that may eventually be used for noninvasivesurgery. They use a lens coated with carbon nanotubes to convert light from alaser to focused sound waves.
    16. 16. Nanotechnology in Medicine Diagnostic TechniquesResearchers are developing a nanoparticle intended to make very early detectionof cancer tumors easier. When the nanoparticles attach to a cancer tumors thenanoparticles release "biomarkers", molecules called peptides. The idea is thatsince each nanoparticle carries several peptides a high concentration of thesebiomarkers will occur even at very early stages of cancer, allowing earlydetection of the disease.
    17. 17. Nanotechnology in Medicine
    18. 18. Nanotechnology in Medicine
    19. 19. Nanotechnology in Food• Nanotechnology is having an impact on several aspects of food science, from how food is grown to how it is packaged. Companies are developing nanomaterials that will make a difference not only in the taste of food, but also in food safety, and the health benefits that food delivers.• Zinc oxide nanoparticles can be incorporated into plastic packaging to block UV rays and provide anti bacterial protection, while improving the strength and stability of the plastic film.
    20. 20. Nanotechnology in fabricsNanowhiskers that cause water to bead up, making the fabric water and stain resistant.
    21. 21. Nanotechnology in SportsReducing the rate at which air leaks from tennis balls so they keep their bounce longer.
    22. 22. Smart Dust Used as sensor for :• Light• Temperature• Vibration• Chemicals
    23. 23. Nanotechnology in Space
    24. 24. Mohamed Sahl @Sahl_KTBFFHOmar Hussein @Omar_7ussein