عنوان مقاله [English]
Nanotechnology is a general term used to refer to all advanced technologies in the supply of nanoscale work. The design of the systems used in missile monitoring has been improved and the combination of nanotechnology and microelectromechanical control provides advanced missile defense systems. Use in satellites, ships, submarines, fire engines, detection of new warfare agents, bionuclear tools, computers and very small robots, nanocatalysts, carbon nanotubes, graphene, assemblers and self-replicators, nanocomposites, magnetic nanoparticles (magnetic power nanostructures) Aerogels, nanobots in cells, etc. are other applications of military nanotechnology. The dangers of nanotechnology include a wide range of environmental pollution and increased labor imbalances and displacements, particulate matter, secondary hazards of nanoassemblers and replicators, artificial intelligence with human capability, robotics industries from nanoscale to macroscale, automated products and nano-tools in the body Man used to include. From the point of view of international security, considering the new dangers that arise for the control of weapons and international laws of war, the endangerment of stability by arms racing and its expansion and the dangers that this technology poses to humans and the environment are also noteworthy. In this article, first nanotechnology is introduced and then scientific research for its use in the military field, potential military applications, chemical, microbial and nuclear weapons, nanotechnology, protective capabilities of molecular nanotechnology, international system approach to the limitations of nanotechnology in the military Along with suggestions for controlling military nanotechnology weapons.
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