Nanotechnology Activities

 

Below are the big ideas of nanoscale science and nanotechnology.

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Each big idea below is a portal to a plethora of classroom nanotechnology activities that have a clear connection to nanoscale science and the California Science Education Standards.

 

Size and Scale

Size-Dependent Properties

 

Structures of Matter


 

 

Forces and Interactions

 

 

Self-Assembly

 

 

Tools and Instrumentation

 

 

Models and Simulations

 

 

Nano and Society

 

 

Quantum Mechanics

 

 

 

 

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