What Is the Difference between Nanotechnology and Nanoscience?

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The difference between Nanotechnology and Nanoscience is nanotechnology is the manoeuvring of a substance on an atomic and molecular level. While Nanoscience can be defined as the study of atoms, molecules, and objects whose size is measured on the nanometer scale.
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