What are nanotechnologies?
Nanotechnology – is an adjoining field, which lies on the verge between applied and fundamental sciences and technologies. The main field for application of nanotechnologies is theoretically based practical research in the field of synthesis, analysis and methods of production and use of products with a certain atomic structure by means of controlled manipulation within atomic and molecular levels. Nanotechnologies come in contact with sciences such as colloid chemistry, molecular biology, microelectronics. As for the practical of nanotechnologies by the “Nanomix” company, it helps us create chelated microfertilizers of the highest quality.
Colloid systems – a particle, which occupies intermediate position between macrocosm (homogenous solutions, alloys) and objects of microcosm. Colloid systems include complex organic molecules (DNA, proteins), clouds, human’s blood, transistors (components of microprocessors). The main feature of these particles is that their surface area is millions times larger than the volume of the molecule, thus their behavior is very different from the objects of macrocosm and characteristics of solutions and alloys. These differences are most noticeable when the particle size is located within the range from 1 to 100 nanometers – this is where the name “nanotechnologies” came from, which means work with objects of this particular size.


Practical use of nanotechnologies presumes the creation of equipment capable of creating, processing, and manipulation of nano-objects.
To this day, exists no definite classification of nanoproductions, but all scientists agree that nanotechnologies and molecular technologies – is the next step in evolution of modern electronics, where standard methods of production lost their efficiency due to exponential increase in economical expenditure needed for their production.