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Nanogeoscience: Thrivikramji.K.P.

Nanogeoscience: Thrivikramji.K.P.

Thereby the nanoscience becomes unique and important to geoscience and especially in nanogeochemistry, which plays out in an outstanding manner in the processes of the critical zone of the earth system Jordan, 2001). The Lycurgus Cup, now in British Museum, is a 4th Century Roman artifact (appearing greenish in reflected light but reddish in transmitted light) is the first ever object that made use of nanoscience in its making as revealed by later studies.

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