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This web page contains a standards-based curriculum unit on the interaction of light and matter, developed by NanoSense--an NSF-funded project to promote the teaching of nanoscale…
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The NSF-sponsored NanoSense project was created to address the question of how to teach nanoscale science at the secondary level. This web site contains the materials developed by…
  
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This Java applet allows students to interactively explore various specimens as they appear under a scanning electron microscope (SEM). SEM is a type of electron microscope that…
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NanoHUB is a web-based collection of resources for research, education and collaboration in nanotechnology. It contains online presentations, courses, learning modules, animations,…
  
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A Java Applet for the viewing of simulations or various nano-machine parts. These models can be spun and have certain features shown.
  
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This NSF-sponsored web site introduces visitors to the tools that allow us to "see" atoms and how scientists use them to create a variety of "nano-architectural wonders." The focus…
  
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This Flash animation depicts the function of two types of solar cell systems: a silicon-based cell and a dye-sensitized cell. Both systems convert light energy to electrical energy,…
  
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This is a lesson module for Grades 9-12 that explores solar energy in two contexts: 1) its role in providing clean energy solutions, and 2) the use of nanoscience in enabling novel…
  
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This animated tutorial explores the basics of scanning probe microscopy (SPM), a branch of microscopy that forms images using a tiny physical probe to scan specimens. The advantage…
  
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This is an interactive animation that illustrates the basics of imaging in the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). It displays images of the external and internal components of the…
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