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Title: Nanotechnology
Authors: Işıtan, Arzum
Ersöz, Mustafa
Balaban, Meltem
Keywords: Macro, Micro, Nano
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2018
Abstract: In the broadest sense, the term "technology" is defined as "application information covering the construction methods, tools, instrument and equipment used in an industry, and their ways of use" [1].It can also be defined as all of the equipment, all the information pertaining to these devices, developed by humankind in order to facilitate life, speed up production, change existing structures and conduct research. This definition is expressed as nanotechnology if it is applied to a dimension that is defined as one billionth of meter. How did this adventure that can change from meter to millimeter, millimeter to micrometers, micrometers to nanometers had started?
Description: You are reading Nanotechnology 1 book which is the one of the outputs of “Universal Nanotechnology Skills Creation and Motivation Development / UNINANO” Project as numbered 2016-1-TR01-KA203-034520 supported by Turkish National Agency under Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Higher Education (KA203). In UNINANO Project, Pamukkale University as coordinator and beneficiary institution, Selçuk University and Afyon Kocatepe University from Turkey, Bruno Kessler Foundation and Cosvitec from Italy, Cluj-Napoca University from Romania, and CCS from Greece have taken part. To increase awareness of nanotechnology which is one of Turkey's 2023 strategic goals has been the main objective of UNINANO Project. In line with this main objective, written and visual educational materials have been prepared, and aimed to contribute to the advancement of nanotechnology knowledge by students and instructors using these materials. For this purpose, two course books have been prepared in both printed and electronic versions, in both Turkish and English: ? Nanotechnology 1: Fundamentals of Nanotechnology ? Nanotechnology 2: Characterization and Applications The electronic versions of the books are available on the project website. Additionally, the answers of the questions at the end of the book, also located on the web page can be accessed from e-learning materials. With the happiness of completing our project; We would like to thank to the Presidency of Turkey's National Agency for support of our project. We would like to thank to Rector of the Pamukkale University and Project Manager Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞ for his valuable support during two years. We would like to thank to Prof. Dr. Mustafa Ersöz who worked scientific editoralship of the book, and Meltem Balaban who worked in the book chapters' organization and book chapter authoring. As well as, we would like to thank to Dr. Zeha Yakar, Dr. Cumhur Gökhan Ünlü, and Dr. Volkan Onar, the other project team members of Pamukkale University, for their book chapters' authoring. For their valuable effort and authoring, we would like to thank to all authors: Dr. Arzu Yakar from Afyon Kocatepe University; Dr. Gratiela Dana Boca from Cluj- Napoca University; Dr. Mustafa Ersöz, Dr. Gülşin Arslan, Dr. Yasemin Öztekin, Dr. Serpil Edebali, Dr. İmren Hatay Patır, Dr. Canan Başlak, Dr. Emre Aslan and Dr. İdris Sargın from Selçuk University. We would like to thank to Ali Gökçe who prepared the UNINANO logo, Aydın Uçar who prepared the cover design of the book, Can Kaya who helped in the book's typographic,and the students of Pamukkale University Technology Faculty who contributed to the project activities and meetings together with.
ISBN: 978-975-6992-76-0
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