## Chemistry: The Molecular Science (5th Edition)

Nanoscale refers to the scale where length is measured in $10^{-9}$ m. It is important because structures have much larger areas at the nanoscale, which allows for the study of various properties of structures such as the study of reactivity and Quantum effects.
Nanoscale refers to the scale where length is measured in $10^{-9}$ m. It is important because structures have much larger areas at the nanoscale, which allows for the study of various properties of structures such as the study of reactivity and Quantum effects.