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February 4th, 2006

If you’re serious about learning nanochemistry…

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: The term nanochemistry has always seemed a bit confusing to me. Since a typical atomic diameter is a third of a nanometer, wouldn’t most chemistry be nanoscale? I am not the only one confused: the current top entry on Google for nanochemistry is for chemistry taking place in very small volumes.

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