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by Wade Adams,Linda D. Williams


Linda Williams, Wade Adams. This is a self-teaching guide for anyone interested in the booming field of Nanotechnology and all the contributing forces behind it.

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Nanotechnology Demystified book. Dr. Wade Adams is the Director of the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology at Rice University.

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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780071490535, 0071490531. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780071460231, 0071460233. Nanotechnology Demystified. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (Professional). Print ISBN: 9780071460231, 0071460233. by Linda Williams, Wade Adams.

is a nonfiction writer with expertise in the fields of science, medicine, and space

is a nonfiction writer with expertise in the fields of science, medicine, and space. She was a former lead scientist and technical writer for NASA, McDonnell Douglas, Wyle Labs, and Rice University. She is the author of Earth Science DeMYSTiFieD, Environmental Science DeMYSTiFieD, and Nanotechnology DeMYSTiFieD.

Get up to speed on nanotechnology and the many biological, chemical, physical, environmental, and political aspects of this developing science. Get up to speed on nanotechnology and the many biological, chemical, physical, environmental, and political aspects of this developing science.

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Written in a step-by-step format, this practical guide first covers atomic theory, elements, symbols, and the Periodic Table of the Elements. The book then delves into solids, liquids, gases, solutions, orbitals, chemical bonds, acids, and bases. Electrochemistry, thermodynamics, biochemistry, and organic, environmental, and nuclear chemistry are discussed

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Wrathshaper
It is exciting to learn about the nanoscale world and nanotechnology's influence on pharmaceuticals, biomedical applications, energy, communications, engineering and the environment. The most amazing stuff are 'nanomedicine' and 'quantum computing & communications'. For your information, nanomedicine describes the medical field of targeting disease or repairing damaged tissues at the molecular level. Quantum computers will be able to process and store huge amounts of information. Quantum processing can operate millions, even billions of times faster than today's supercomputers!
Whitestone
Although it is a post library stock, the pages are clean and crisp. However, price could be lowered a bit.
Beardana
Nanotechnology forms the basis of many evolving and upcoming technologies. This is an easy way to have a closer look at the technology without going through all the technical hassles. I was now able to broadly define nanotechnology and recommend it to all people with a curious outlook towards technology. A great buy for its content.
Coiron
Very good book to introduce to nanotechnology..... I recommend it!.....
Yozshujinn
Great book! Fun to read!
Rainbearer
Easy to read and very informative for a first look into this subject. Liked the test sections. Would recommend at any time.
Huston
Nanotechnology promises to bring vast improvements in technology and standard of living in the next generation, and "Nanotechnology Demystified" is a good way for the general reader to get up to speed on this exciting new field. The author explains the basic scientific concepts behind nanotechnology, and then describes the expected advances that nanotechnology will make possible in areas such as health care, energy, computing, communications, electronics, and more. This is a book that will make the reader excited about the future.
I thought the book was not bad techniclly, albeit written at fairly low level, which I suppose it the focus of the book. However, the authors tried to be "cute" and "dumbed" down the writing, which I found annoying. For example, each chapter ended with a short quiz of 10-15 questions. Without fail, at least 1-2 questions had one absurd and stupid multiple choice answer. For example, Chapt 2, question 9 asks "a nanometer is equal to...?," and choice (a) is "zillionth of a meter." Pretty stupid-right? Chapter 3, question 4 asks "nanotechnology allows material to be created from...?," and choice (c) is "dust bunnies." Even more stupid. Chapt 4, question 6 asks "which of the following tools are not used by nanotechnologists in their work" and choice (d) is "a can opener." OK, now it's getting annoying. This continues through out the entire book, with each chapter having at least one such stupid choice. I don't know if the authors were trying to be funny, amusing, or inject some levity, but I think it had the effect of "dumbing-down the book." I found it rather annoying. It really wasn't the most scholarly work, but if you know absolutely nothing about nanotechnology, and wish to know at least the basic terminology, I suppose it's worth reading.
Nanotechnology Demystified ebook
Author:
Wade Adams,Linda D. Williams
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McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (September 19, 2006)
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