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Objects that have all dimensions below 1um are considered nanoparticles. I say all dimensions, because it is possible to have fibers which are very thin but long. Their volume could be equivalent to that of a nano-sphere, but one of their dimensions can be much above one micron.

Examples of nanoparticles


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