This will probably come off as a very vague question, so I appologize in advance. I am a first year physics undergraduate, and for the past year or so I have dedicated much time and effort towards deciding what area of physics I would like to specialize in. At the moment, one field that interests me in particular is nanotech and nanoelectronics. If I were to pursue that, should I minor in chemistry or in math (or neither)? A related questiton: how much physics is there in nanotech? I love physics, and I love working with the math that accompanies it. If I choose to study nanotech, will I loose that part of the physics? Or is there room for a more theoretical approach to nanotechnology? Thanks in advance.