nanohole

Nanohole vs Nanomole - What's the difference?

nanohole | nanomole |


As nouns the difference between nanohole and nanomole

is that nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface while nanomole is (chemistry) one billionth (10-9) of a mole.

Nanohole vs Microhole - What's the difference?

nanohole | microhole | see also |

Nanohole is a see also of microhole.


As nouns the difference between nanohole and microhole

is that nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface while microhole is a microscopic hole.

Semiconductor vs Nanohole - What's the difference?

semiconductor | nanohole |


In context|physics|lang=en terms the difference between semiconductor and nanohole

is that semiconductor is (physics) a substance with electrical properties intermediate between a good conductor and a good insulator while nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface.

As nouns the difference between semiconductor and nanohole

is that semiconductor is (physics) a substance with electrical properties intermediate between a good conductor and a good insulator while nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface.

Array vs Nanohole - What's the difference?

array | nanohole |


As nouns the difference between array and nanohole

is that array is clothing and ornamentation while nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface.

As a verb array

is to clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire.

Nanoscale vs Nanohole - What's the difference?

nanoscale | nanohole |


As nouns the difference between nanoscale and nanohole

is that nanoscale is a measuring tool with gradations in nanometers while nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface.

As an adjective nanoscale

is on a scale measured in nanometers.

Hole vs Nanohole - What's the difference?

hole | nanohole |


As nouns the difference between hole and nanohole

is that hole is a hollow place or cavity; an excavation; a pit; an opening in or through a solid body, a fabric, etc; a perforation; a rent; a fissure while nanohole is (physics) a hole of nanoscale dimensions; but especially one of an array of such holes on a semiconductor surface.

As a verb hole

is to make holes in (an object or surface).