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NMNew Mexico (US postal abbreviation)
NMNautical Mile (6,080 feet)
NMNever Mind
NMNot Meaningful
NMNetwork Module
NMNear Mint
NMNuclear Medicine
NMNo Matter
NMNational Monument (Park Service)
NMNetwork Manager
NMNot Much
NMNetwork Management
NMNature Medicine
NMNorthern Michigan
NMNicki Minaj (musician)
NMNightmare (gaming)
NMNew Millennium (NASA)
NMNight Moves (Tom Clancy novel)
NMNew Moon
NMNanometer
NMNo More
NMNo Mercy (wrestling event)
NMNeuromuscular
NMNelson Mandela
NMNorthwestern Memorial (Chicago, IL)
NMNational Match (rifle)
NMNot Marked
NMNot Measured
NMNanomolar
NMNuclear Materials
NMNuestro Mundo (Spanish: Our World; various locations)
NMNonmetallic
NMNew Man
NMNational Merit (scholarship)
NMNiccolo Machiavelli (author)
NMNetMeeting (Microsoft)
NMNet Metering (energy installations)
NMNear Miss
NMNunca Mais (Galician: Not Again, political group)
NMNarcissistic Mother
NMNumerical Method(s)
NMNaval Magazine (US Navy)
NMNeutrophil Migration
NMNegra Modelo (beer)
NMNewton Meter
NMNothing Much
NMNecesita Mejorar (Spanish: Needs Improvement)
NMNotorious Monster (Final Fantasy XI gaming)
NMNewtonian Mechanics
NMNemaline Myopathy
NMNoise Monitoring
NMNice Move (online gaming)
NMNo Migration
NMNet Manager
NMNavigation Module
NMNeighbourhood Management
NMNice Match (online gaming)
NMNo Mark
NMNight Message
NMNoregs Mållag
NMNeomail (Neopets)
NMNational Means
NMNablus Municipality (Palestine)
NMNo Molestar (Marco Antonio Solis CD)
NMNormal Meter
NMNoise Media (band)
NMNoyce and Moore (NM Electronics; pre-Intel Company named for founders Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore)
NMNeedless Markup
NMNice Moon (card game Hearts)
NMNoites Marcianas (Portuguese Talk Show)
NMNormal Manifold
NMNo Materia (gaming)
NMNonaka Myopathy
NMNitronium Perchlorate
NMNanoKiero Media (Canadian media company)
NMNudist Meeting
NMNon-Overlapping Multi-Carrier
NMNo Message character
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"Once you shrink gate lengths down to 22 nanometers on silicon you have to do more complicated structure design.
Semiconductors and magnetic materials developed at the nanometer scale may have different properties than the bulk material.
Whether they lead to anything practical or not, the new devices provide a welcome opportunity for researchers to learn more about electron behavior on nanometer scales, says Leo P.
In today's chips, even the smallest transistors span thousands of atoms, or hundreds of nanometers. Chip makers build such components using a process in which they apply semiconducting, metallic, and insulating layers to a semiconductor wafer to create microscopic circuitry.
Within 5 nanometers of a sharp step in the sample, most of the electrons' spins flipped.
Typically, silver nanoparticles--particles that are 1 to 100 nanometers in diameter--are grown in a bulk chemical solution.
For comparison, a strand of human hair is about 50,000 nanometers thick.
Utilising Samsung's new 20 nanometer process also brings more than a 30% productivity gain, compared to the previous process.
Scientists have known for decades that gases from pine trees can form particles that grow from just 1 nanometer in size to 100 nanometers in about a day.
Cheng Uei Precision Industry Company has obtained a patent for a nanocomposite coating comprised of a nanometer inorganic oxide gel made by a sol-gel method and having 22.5%-49.5% weight in the nanocomposite coating; an organic solvent having 45%-74.25% weight in the nanocomposite coating; and a nanometer powder having 1%-10% weight in the nanocomposite coating; wherein the nanocomposite coating is formed by mixing the nanometer inorganic oxide gel, the organic solvent and the nanometer powder together; wherein the nanometer powder is processed by a surfactant before being mixed with the nanometer inorganic oxide gel and the organic solvent to form the nanocomposite coating; wherein the surfactant is any one of or a mixture of a sodium dodecylsulphonate and a polyvinyl pyrrolidone.
Food scientists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, and other contributors describe how food and quasi-drug products are being altered or created by processes that include manipulating matter at the molecular, nanometer level.