3D nanostructure is a structure that ranges in size from a few to a few hundred nanometers (10^-9 meters) in three dimensions: length, width, and height. This structure can include materials such as metals, polymers, ceramics, carbon nanostructures (such as nanotubes and graphene), and many others.
3D nanostructures have unique properties due to the large surface ratio and interactions between the nanoparticles or their components. Thanks to their small size and special surface properties, 3D nanomaterials can have distinct physical, chemical and electronic properties compared to larger structures.
3D nanostructures are often created through advanced engineering methods such as lithography, self-assembly, nanoelectronic fabrication techniques, and many other fabrication methods. .
2. Application of 3D . Nano structure
Applications of 3D nanostructures are diverse, including in the fields of electronics, medicine (such as pharmaceutical isolating targets), energy (such as fuel cells and solar cells), advanced materials , and many other fields of science and technology.