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February 23rd, 2005
At $125 a pop, "The Handbook of Nanotechnology" stands out as one of the most expensive nanotech non-textbooks on the market today. But is it worth it?
If you are an entrepreneur or investor who is considering rolling your dice in the sub-100 nanometer zone, or a scientist or engineer with no foundation in business but a hankering to found a company, then it may be a bargain.
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