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December 23rd, 2005

Nanochemical technology: a new field for Delft’s chemists

Abstract:
The chemical engineers at Delft University of Technology are entering the new discipline of nanochemical technology. Building upon their solid background in chemical and process engineering, they want to build a bridge between the new fundamental concepts involved in nanotechnology and the process technology needed to turn them into practical applications.

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