Molecular Biology and Material Science


Nanostructures are the fundamental machines that drive the cell histones and proteasomes and they are components of the mitochondrion, the chloroplast, the ribosome, and the replication and transcription complexes. In catalysis, nanostructures are the templates and pores of zeolites and other vitally important structures. The nanometer length scale is that the largest one over which a crystal are often made essentially perfect. The ability to precisely control the arrangements of impurities and defects with regard to each other, and thus the power to integrate perfect inorganic and organic nanostructures, holds forth the promise of a totally new generation of advanced composites.



 


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