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April 22nd, 2007

Iranians Enjoyed Nanotechnology 3000 Years Ago

Abstract:
After 20 years, studies of Iranian researchers in Tchogha Zanbil and Pasargadae historical sites led into tracing nanotechnology in these two World Heritage Sites. According to researchers, implementing nanotechnology in these monuments is the main reason for their 3000-year-old survival. Researchers also believe that the special atomic combination which was used in this technique caused some difference between the elements of Tchogha Zanbil with its surrounding natural elements.

According to Afrazeh, two nanotechnology techniques were implemented in Tchogha Zanbil ziggurat including nanoparticles which attract harmful rays from mobiles which are employed in structures, and nanoparticles which are used in colors.

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