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Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
Nanotechnology Quiz
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    • 1. Nanotechnology Quiz
    • 2. Nanotechnology is: The study of the control of matter on an atomic or molecular level The technology that deals with very sma! microchips Technology that uses microelectronics
    • 3. Nanotechnology is: The study of the control of matter on an atomic or molecular level The technology that deals with very sma! microchips Technology that uses microelectronics
    • 4. An electron is: A subatomic particle carrying a "actional electric charge A subatomic particle that carries a negative charge A negatively charged ion
    • 5. An electron is: A subatomic particle carrying a "actional electric charge A subatomic particle that carries a negative charge A negatively charged ion
    • 6. Nanomaterials are: Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a micrometer in a least one dimension Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a mi!imeter in a least one dimension Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a centimeter in a least one dimension
    • 7. Nanomaterials are: Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a micrometer in a least one dimension Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a mi!imeter in a least one dimension Applications that are sma!er than a one-tenth of a centimeter in a least one dimension
    • 8. Carbon nanotubes carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to produce energy carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to create other molecules carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to bond with each other
    • 9. Carbon nanotubes carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to produce energy carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to create other molecules carbon molecules with a unique structure and ability to bond with each other
    • 10. Refraction is: the change in direction of an electron when passing "om one direction to another the change in direction of a neutron when passing "om one direction to another the change in direction of a wave when passing "om one direction to another
    • 11. Refraction is: the change in direction of an electron when passing "om one direction to another the change in direction of a neutron when passing "om one direction to another the change in direction of a wave when passing "om one direction to another
    • 12. Spherical aberration is: the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through a spherical lens, resulting in an imperfect image the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through a magnetic field, resulting in an imperfect image the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through water, resulting in an imperfect image
    • 13. Spherical aberration is: the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through a spherical lens, resulting in an imperfect image the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through a magnetic field, resulting in an imperfect image the optical effect caused by increased re"action of light through water, resulting in an imperfect image
    • 14. A polymer is: A modified carbon molecule A modified DNA sample at the molecule level A compound consisting of repeatedly linked subunits
    • 15. A polymer is: A modified carbon molecule A modified DNA sample at the molecule level A compound consisting of repeatedly linked subunits
    • 16. Indium is: A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to aluminum A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to mercury. A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to silver.
    • 17. Indium is: A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to aluminum A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to mercury. A rare, silvery-white metal chemica!y similar to silver.
    • 18. A nanometer is: A unit of measure equal to one bi!ionth of a meter A unit of measure equal to one mi!ionth of a meter A unit of measure equal to one bi!ionth of a mi!imeter
    • 19. A nanometer is: A unit of measure equal to one bi!ionth of a meter A unit of measure equal to one mi!ionth of a meter A unit of measure equal to one bi!ionth of a mi!imeter
    • 20. Homework • Exercises on modals.(p.72-85)

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