Forces and Interactions Activities


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Hiding Behind the Mask: Resist-ance is Useful

Silicon Implants
A Billion Switches On A Tiny Chip
Small Scale Stenciling: Etch Lab
Wet Etching Process used in Nanotechnology
Gelatin Microfluidics
Lab on a Slab
Characterizing Electrolytic Materials
Channel Characterization (Microfluidics)
Waveguides: How computers talk to one another
Lesson 1: Refraction Tank

Lesson 2: Gelatin Waveguides (Inquiry-based)
Lesson 3: The Bending Radius of an Optical Fiber
Waveguide and Power Loss

Understanding Wave Motion

Lines on Paper

Understanding Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPM)

Molecular Nanomagnets: a Way to See Inside the Human Body (Fundamentals)

Nanogenerators: How is Electricity Made? Nanocatalysts Clean Your Car Emissions: Lab 1 Nanocatalysts Clean Your Car Emissions: Lab 2 Nanocatalysts Clean Your Car Emissions: Lab 3 How Catalysts Work: a Nanoscale Phenomenon
Can We Absorb Nanoparticle Pollutants?

The NanoSounds of Music:
Part I, Introduction to Sound

Part 2, Analog Recording Part 3, Digital Recording Part 4, Atomic Force Microscopy

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