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Published on Sep 14, 2009

Nanoscience and nanotechnology: time to be nanoart

/Nanoscience/ is starting to turn into /nanotechnology/, and development of a variety of anticipated applications are now beginning to be realized. Somewhere between solids and molecules is the domain of nanoparticles where properties are expected to differ from those of the solid state and from those of typical molecules. In fact, nanoscale materials with at least one dimension smaller than 100 nm exhibit remarkable properties that are often not observed for their bulk counterparts. The origin of the dramatic modifications to physical and chemical properties at nanoscale dimensions is an area of demanding interest. However, /Nanoscience/ is old as the world. In fact, nanomaterials are synthetized in a rather large number of animals and bacteria, and they have been used for more than 2000 years as dyes in
painting because their colors differ with their sizes and shapes.

The field of nanosciences and nanotechnologies can thus open an entrance door to see the world at nanoscale dimensions. These new physical and chemical properties or phenomena will not only satisfy everlasting human curiosity, but also promise new advancement in technology. Then, /Nanoart /is a discipline that can be located in a research area where
art-science and technology converge. Nanoart yields nanostructures created by scientists by means of chemical and/or physical processes and they are visualized with powerful tools like atomic force microscopy. In this way, the joint use of both and science is capable to transform complex systems in simple to understand the origin, and then, control these novel properties with innovative technological applications can be attained.

Les nanosciences et les nanotechnologies: le temps des nanoarts

La nanoscience commence à se transformer en nanotechnologie, et le développement d'une variété d'applications anticipées commencent maintenant à se concrétiser. Quelque part entre les solides et les molécules est le domaine des nanoparticules où les propriétés devraient différer de celles de l'état solide et de celles des molécules typiques.
En fait, les matériaux nanométriques avec au moins une dimension inférieure à 100 nm présentent des propriétés remarquables qui ne sont généralement pas observées pour les matériaux massifs. L'origine des modifications spectaculaires des propriétés physiques et chimiques à des dimensions nanométriques est un domaine d'intérêt exigeant. Toutefois,
la nanoscience est vieille comme le monde. En fait, les nanomatériaux sont synthétisés dans un assez grand nombre d'animaux et de bactéries, et ils ont été utilisées depuis plus de 2000 ans en tant que colorants dans la peinture car leurs couleurs diffèrent avec leurs tailles et formes.

Nanociência está começando transformar a nanotecnologia e o desenvolvimento de uma variedade de inovações esta iniciando agora.

Algures entre sólidos e moléculas é no domínio das propriedades das nanopartículas em que se espera uma diferenciação entre o estado sólido.

Nanociencia está empezando a convertirse en la nanotecnología, y el desarrollo de una variedad de aplicaciones previstas están comenzando a hacerse realidad. En algún lugar entre los sólidos y moléculas es el dominio de las propiedades de las nanopartículas, donde se espera que difieren de las del estado sólido y de las de las moléculas típicas. De
hecho, los materiales a nanoescala con al menos una dimensión menor a 100 nm presentan notables propiedades que no se observa a menudo a sus homólogos a granel. El origen de las modificaciones radicales a las propiedades físicas y químicas en las dimensiones de nanoescala es un área de interés exigentes. Sin embargo, Nanociencia es viejo como el

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