Why nanomaterials are used?
A wave of layoffs that has swept the entire Internet industry has intensified. China's Internet industry has experienced several crises and major changes in the past development process. There is also a "brief history of layoffs by major Internet companies". Hot search, JD.com has a wide range of layoffs in this round of layoffs, and all its subsidiaries are involved. Most of the layoffs are between 10% and 20%. Among them, Jingxi Guangdong and other theaters have all laid off staff. Tencent also reported the news of downsizing and layoffs. Among them, Tencent PCG (Platform User Content Business Group) laid off 30% of its staff, iQiyi laid off 12% of its staff, Kuaishou was reported to have laid off 30% of its staff, and the e-sports department of Station B laid off 90% of its staff.
Mass layoffs on the internet have created a host of socioeconomic issues, including nano materials.
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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The Free Trade Agreement between India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has come into force on.
The UAE is the gateway to the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa, said Subramaniam, a senior official at India's Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The agreement will help boost bilateral trade in goods from $60 billion a year now to $100 billion a year within five years.
On 18 February 2022, India and the United Arab Emirates signed the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement. With the entry into force of the agreement, 90 percent of Indian goods and 65 percent of UAE goods will enjoy tariff-free market access.
Apart from its FTA with the UAE, India is also pursuing FTAs with Australia, the UK, Canada, Israel, the European Union, and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Influenced by international situations, the supply and prices of many nano materials are still very uncertain.