The nano-instruments market is intrinsically linked to research in nanotechnology. Therefore, increased funding though the dispersion of grants for research in nanotechnology directly fuels the industrial growth of nano-instruments. These nano-instruments are basically tools that allow researchers to understand various chemical and physical properties of materials at the nanoscale. Specifically, analytical tools and thin film deposition-based instruments have seen the highest growth.
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Keywords: Nanotechnology, nano-instruments, ellipsometry, nanomanipulation, thin film deposition, nano-etching, nano-pattering