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Nanotechnology by Mind Map: Nanotechnology

1. nano pesticide

2. Automobile Industry

2.1. Limited Funding

2.1.1. Expensive Research

2.1.2. Financial Difficulty

2.1.3. New Scenario and Market

2.2. Engine Protector

2.2.1. Coatings for Engines

2.2.1.1. Increases Durability

2.2.2. Fillers for Metals and Plastic

2.2.2.1. Increases Strength

2.3. Nano Fluids

2.3.1. Increase performance of car liquids

2.3.2. Additive to existing fluids

2.3.2.1. Reduces friction

2.3.2.2. Improves Efficiency

2.4. Nanoparticle tires

2.4.1. Increased thread wear resistance

2.4.2. Increased Friction

2.4.3. US Patent 6469089 issued in favor of Cabot Corporation

2.4.3.1. nanoscale PüreNanoTM silicon carbide

2.4.3.2. 50% reduction in abrasion

2.4.3.3. improvement in wet skid resistance

2.4.4. Specialty chemicals group LANXESS

2.4.4.1. high-performance rubber additive - Nanoprene

3. food

3.1. food production

3.1.1. Genetically modified food

3.1.2. nano fertilizer

3.2. food preservation

3.2.1. Ex: nano refrigerator

3.2.1.1. paint a far-infrared-ray material to the refrigerator inside. this material can absorb heat to scatter far infrared ray, which can revitalize foods.

3.2.2. Ex: nanosilver food container

3.2.2.1. nanosilver prevents any molecule adhering to the inner side of containers

3.2.3. Ex: nano robot

3.2.3.1. nanoparticle applied to food package can detect the number of bacteria and then change the color of the package as a warning or safty indicator

3.3. food flavor

3.3.1. nanoized seasonings can accelerate flavor diffusion

3.3.2. nanoized foods increase foods' taste

3.3.2.1. Ex: nanoized cheese

3.3.2.1.1. nanoized casein in cheese tastes more smooth and stronger, because the molecular size was nanoized.

3.4. nutrition

3.4.1. nano food

3.4.1.1. nanoparticle facilitates our bodies' nutrition ingestion

3.4.1.1.1. Ex: nano milk

4. Automotive Industry / Travel

4.1. Space Programmes and Airplanes

4.1.1. Improved Error Recognition*

4.1.2. Autonomy on Space Craft*