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Topic: ? nano math
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Luis A. Rodriguez

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Re: ? nano math
Posted: Nov 23, 2012 2:24 PM
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El jueves, 15 de noviembre de 2012 06:40:56 UTC-4:30, cc escribió:
> Well, mroe formally, the question is what are the impacts of
> nanotechnology on math development?
> Now that many application fields, especially engineering fields, are
> affected by the rapid development
> of nanotechnology; the designs of course are changed.
> But how about math? Do math fields remain pure from the influence of
> nanotechnology? Or are there some new developments of math occur?
> Thanks,

h
The reverse is true. Mathematics will have impact on nanotechnology through the application of Mathematical Crystallography or application of Lattice Theory.




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