What are Nanosensors? How and Where are They Used?

What are Nanosensors? How and Where are They Used?

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Imagine needing to measure the temperature of individual living cells. Given that a cell is around 0.010 mm (0.00004") in size, the thermocouple wires (if that was the method chosen) would need to be less than a micron in diameter. This is the realm of nanosensors. 


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