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This web page contains two applets that allow the user to create Penrose tilings with rhomboids. The first applet requires the user to construct the tiling for themselves while the…
  
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Publisher: Teacher's Domain
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In this short video, adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the amazing tensile strength of carbon nanotubes and how they might be used to construct a space…
  
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Publisher: University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC
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This set of videos, from the University of Wisconsin, show visualizations of the forms of carbon: graphite, graphine, diamond, fullerene, and nanotube. For each of the these forms, a…
  
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This news article from the University of Cincinnati describes how long carbon nanotubes grown in its labs are spun into threads, and how these threads can function as an antenna.…
  
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This webpage introduces and shows the 3D tunneling of electrons from a Scanning Tunneling microscope to a carbon nanotube. A jellium potential model is used for the STM tip and…
  
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This animation shows the crystal structure of Cesium Chloride, and similar body-center cubic materials. The user can use the mouse to rotate the structure. This is part of a larger…
  
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Students measure infra-red transmission through silicon, germanium and gallium arsenide. The band gap energies are measured and transitions are characterized as direct or indirect.
  
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Students measure the heat capacity of nickel and niobium in the temperature range 4K to 300K.
  
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Students study the Hall Effect in single crystal germanium, doped with gallium. The Hall voltage, resistivity, and mobility are studied in the temperature range 78K to 430K.
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Publisher: Lund University, Dept. of Synchrotron Radiation Research
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This site, from Lund University in Sweden, offers a description of the institution's extensive work with scanning tunneling microscopy. The page also gives the history of the device…
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