0D, 2D & 3D Nanomaterials | Stuart Burchill


Most commonly, 0D nanomaterials are nanoparticles. In one-dimensional nanomaterials (1D), one dimension is outside the nanoscale. This class includes nanotubes, nanorods, and nanowires. In two-dimensional nanomaterials (2D), two dimensions are outside the nanoscale. And Three-dimensional nanomaterials (3D) are materials that are not confined to the nanoscale in any dimension. 

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