Nanoscale

Nanoscale

The scale of nanotechnology is a general term identified from relate to objects from 1 to 100 nm.  Thus a nanosecond is one billionth of one second; a nanometre (nm) is one billionth of one metre, and so on. Objects that can be classified as having something to do with Nanotechnology are larger than atoms but much smaller than we can perceive directly with our senses. Nanoscale is usually characterized fibres less than 100 nm in diameter and film’s thickness less than 100 nm. It’s hard to explain how small objects are at this level; it might help imagine it as small as a virus or compare with other objects well-known. Imagine a diameter of hair straw, one nanometre is about 1/80,000 of a human hair. This is approximately a tennis or football compared to earth or as small as your nail grows in one second.Recommended reads Nanotechnology in the textile industry:
Recommended post on fashion, textiles, and Nanotechnology:

POST I: INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECHNOLOGY IN FASHION AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY
POST II: NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE TEXTILE AND FASHION BUSINESS. PART II
POST III: HOW TO MANUFACTURE NANOTECHNOLOGY TEXTILES? PART III


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