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Nanochemistry is the science of tools, technologies, and methodologies for chemical synthesis (chemical synthesis is purposeful execution of chemical reactions in order to get a product, or several products. This happens by physical and chemical manipulations usually involving one or more reactions), analysis, and biochemical diagnostics, performed in nanolitre to femtolitre domains. Tools like chip-based nanovials, flow reaction channels, dispensing devices, mechanical and chemical microactuators, optical detectors etc. will be developed by joint expertise in micro structure technology, chemistry as well as specialsts in surface and coating technology .Materials under investigation include metals, semiconductors, and organics for use in applications as diverse as electron and photonic devices, catalysis, and bioassays.

Fix this, please.[edit]

Someone needs to fix this page. Please do so. (talk) 06:12, 7 April 2012 (UTC)

Someone needs to remove this page. This is essentially an advertisement for Geoff Ozin, and has very little actual content. Nanochemistry is a synonym for nanotechnology that is used by one particular person, and not really by anyone else.