Title : Commercializing Nanotechnology
Commercializing Nanotechnology in the 21st century is a major challenge for Industry, Academia, and National laboratories in many countries. Billions of dollars have been invested by many advanced countries because of the expected Trillions of Dollars that such commercialization of Nanotechnology Products can bring, these products include Nanotechnology Batteries for Cell phones, laptops, tablets Etc. that can stay charged after one week of use. Other products can be used in Space, such as Satellites structures and other materials that can withstand the high temperatures for space shuttle engines. In this paper, we have focused on novel approaches for surmounting technical challenges needed to scale up processes from the laboratory to commercial environment. Mathematical models backed by experimental results will be used to explain processes in the High Temperature Ablative of Rocket Motors.