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3, we see the transmission electron microscopic picture of a single Lactobacillus bacterium after incubation with gold ions for several hours. Fungi and viruses are known to make nanoparticles. However, the science of nanometer scale objects was not discussed until much later. On December 29, 1959, the Nobel prize winning physicist, Richard Feynman gave a talk at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society entitled “There’s plenty of room at the bottom’. it is interesting that it would be, in principle, possible (I think) for a physicist to synthesize any chemical substance that the chemist writes down.
An order of magnitude increased brightness is possible in the case of lanthanum hexaboride (LaB6)-based guns and a still larger brightness is possible in the case of field emission guns. This is achieved by reducing the emission area, which results in significant reduction in the demagnification required in the operation. 24 Nano: The Essentials LaB6 has greater brightness and a longer lifetime as compared to tungsten. The tip is ground to a sharp point of 10 μ m and the crystal is mounted on a rhenium or graphitic carbon base.