Figure 3) Embodied energy (primary energy) of various nanotechnologies. Reference: H.C. Kim, and V. Fthenakis; Life Cycle Energy and Climate Change Implications of Nanotechnologies. Journal of Industrial Ecology; 2012; 17(4) p. 528
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