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Nanotechnology: Quiz


Question 1: For example, this technique is used routinely to create sub-100 nm sections of material for analysis in ________.
Electron microscopeScanning transmission electron microscopyScanning electron microscopeTransmission electron microscopy

Question 2: Various techniques of nanolithography such as optical lithography, ________ dip pen nanolithography, electron beam lithography or nanoimprint lithography were also developed.
Local oxidation nanolithographyX-ray lithographyExtreme ultraviolet lithographyPhotolithography

Question 3: Samples made by MBE were key to the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect for which the 1998 ________ was awarded.
Nobel Prize in PhysicsNicolaas BloembergenTsung-Dao LeeJohn Hasbrouck Van Vleck

Question 4: The atomic force microscope (AFM) and the ________ (STM) are two early versions of scanning probes that launched nanotechnology.
Scanning tunneling microscopeMagnetic force microscopeMagnetic resonance force microscopyScanning probe microscopy

Question 5: ________ is an important technique both for characterization and synthesis of nanomaterials.
Scanning probe microscopyDNA nanotechnologyNanoparticleNanotechnology

Question 6: Important for research on semiconductors, MBE is also widely used to make samples and devices for the newly emerging field of ________.
Tunnel magnetoresistanceSpintronicsMagnetic storageMagnetoresistive Random Access Memory

Question 7: ________ or biomimicry seeks to apply biological methods and systems found in nature, to the study and design of engineering systems and modern technology.
CyberneticsArtificial intelligenceBionicsScience

Question 8: On the other hand, the smallest cellular life-forms, the bacteria of the genus ________, are around 200 nm in length.

Question 9: Nanotechnology, shortened to "nanotech", is the study of the controlling of matter on an atomic and ________ scale.

Question 10: These approaches utilize the concepts of ________ and/or supramolecular chemistry to automatically arrange themselves into some useful conformation through a bottom-up approach.
DNANanotechnologyDNA nanotechnologyMolecular self-assembly

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