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The data was presented at the 2008 AZ Nanotechnology Symposium. The data is on nanotechnology activities at McMasters University in Canada. The presentation highlights the following: superlative photodetectors, how does...
Why do the lights turn on in a room as soon as you flip a switch? Flip the switch and electrons slowly creep along a wire. The light turns on when the signal reaches it. This simulation of a Signal Circuit is from the...
Experiment with conductivity in metals, plastics and photoconductors. See why metals conduct and plastics don't, and why some materials conduct only when you shine a flashlight on them. This simulation of a Conductivity...
During World War II, GIs in the field built really amazing simple radios to listen to. These were made with materials that they could get their hands on and were small enough to carry around in a big pocket. You can...
This presentation, by Arizona State University, addresses operational amplifiers; their structure, construction and applications of the technology. The site is broken down into ten sections; these are: an introduction,...
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