Nanotechnology happens at a nanometer level. A nanometer is one one billionth of a meter. For perspective, a human hair is about 100,000 nanometers wide. An e. coli bacterium might be 1,000 nanometers long. A typical transistor in a microprocessor in an iPhone wight be 100 nanometers wide, with its smallest features being 7 nanometers using 2020 technology. Nanotechnology happens down at the nanometer level, encompassing things below 1,000 nanometers.
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