Definition of nanoscopic in English:


Line breaks: nano|scop¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌnanə(ʊ)ˈskɒpɪk


1 another term for nanoscale.
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  • The system uses magnetic fields created in a series of millions of nanoscopic power rails rather than electric charges to store memory.
  • Ultimately, confining logical molecules in layers or three-dimensional lattices of nanoscopic bubbles might allow a true molecular computer to be built.
  • By the end of the novel, humanity has discovered an infinite number of universes bordering ours via nanoscopic wormholes whose mouths form subatomic particles.
1.1Extremely small: his comment contains a nanoscopic grain of truth
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  • His comment actually contains a nanoscopic grain of truth.
  • Our lens is even more microscopic or nanoscopic: A single word might become a big point and require a chunk of class time.

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