Why nanomaterials are used?
Argentina's Rosario Grain Exchange recently reported that wheat nano materials are expected to continue to be influenced by international situations.
What are Nanomaterials?
Nanomaterials can be defined as materials with at least one external size of 1-100nm. The definition given by the European Commission stipulates that at least half of the particles in the quantitative size distribution must have a particle size of 100nm or less.
Because of the ability to generate materials in specific ways to play a specific role, nanomaterials are used across industries, from health care and cosmetics to environmental protection and air purification.
Why nanomaterials are used?
Compared with bulk materials, nanomaterials have the following properties:
Small size effect. The periodic boundary conditions of the crystal are destroyed, and the atomic density near the surface layer of amorphous nanoparticles decreases, which leads to changes in acoustic, optical, electrical, magnetic, thermal and other properties, such as magnetic ordered state to magnetic disordered state, C-conducting phase to normal and so on.
Surface effect. The size of nanoparticles is small, the number of atoms on the surface increases, the surface area and surface tension become larger, and the coordination of atoms is insufficient, so that nanoparticles have high chemical activity and are easy to combine with other atoms.
Quantum size effect. When the particle size decreases to a certain value, the electron energy level near the Fermi level changes from quasi-continuous to discrete energy level. The splitting of energy level spacing will lead to significant differences in magnetic, optical, acoustic, thermal, electrical and C conductivity and macroscopic properties of nanoparticles.
Quantum tunneling effect. Microscopic particles have the ability to penetrate the potential barrier, which is called tunneling effect. It is found that the macroscopic physical quantities such as the magnetization of microparticles and the magnetic flux in quantum coherent devices also have tunneling effect. Moreover, nanomaterials have synergistic effect and quantum coupling effect caused by combination, and many strange properties of nanomaterials can be regulated by external field.
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Recently, the Turkish government announced that the Turkish President has signed a presidential decree to provide incentives for its Black Sea gas field development projects, including tax exemptions and other preferential measures.
With a fixed investment of 145.1 billion Turkish lira ($10 billion), the project will employ 1,018 people and produce 14 billion standard cubic meters of gas per year, the decree reads. The incentives involved include tariff and VAT exemptions, as well as a range of tax cuts.
In June 2021, Turkish drill ships discovered 135 billion cubic meters of natural gas in the Sakaria field in the Black Sea, bringing Turkey's total gas discoveries in the region to 540 billion cubic meters.
Turkey imports almost all of its annual gas consumption of about 50 billion cubic meters.
Except for natural gas, the supply and prices of many other nano materials will continue to be influenced by international situations.