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by Joseph M. Cychosz, Gerhard Klimeck

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1 Nanomaterials is the study of materials with structure whose size is in the scale of 1-100nm. Materials with this size characteristic can have unique chemical, electrical, optical, thermal and structural properties. A clasic example is the variance of the color of gold particles with respect to particle size. Nanomaterials can consist of particles, quantum dots, nanorods, nanotubes, as well as other composites and nanostructured materials.
3 This page is a starting point for nanoHUB users. It lists a few
4 resources developed or recommended by the NCN Nanomaterials team. You can find other resources by browsing through the list with the tag [[Tag(nanomaterials)]], or by
5 using the nanoHUB search box to locate other resources. Resources for specific materials are available: [[Tag(nanocomposites)]], [[Tag(nanoparticles)]], [[Tag(quantumdots)]], [[Tag(nanorods)]], [[Tag(nanotubes)]], [[Tag(nanostructure)]].
7 == Selected Resources ==
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* [/topics/NCNatPurdueTools NCN@Purdue supported tools]
10 * [[Resource(6806)]]
11 * [[Resource(6805)]]
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* [[Resource(3584)]]
* [[Resource(6808)]]
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* [[Resource(3585)]]
* [[Resource(6809)]]
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* [[Resource(6810)]]
16 == Special Inititatives ==
18 * [/resources/5838 Modeling and Simulation of Materials]
19 * [/resources/3944 Overview of Computational Nanoscience]
20 * [[Resource(3617)]]
22 == Recommended Links ==
24 * [ Northwestern University Materials Research Science & Engineering Center]
25 * [ Materials Computation Center, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign]
26 * [ Purdue University Birck Nanotechnology Center]
27 * [[Resource(2035)]]
29 == Announcements ==, a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.