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The magnetic force of the ions can be compared to a pinball machine with three different masses. If the same impulse is applied to each ball, only the one with the ideal mass will "hit" the target. The objective is to...
This website includes educational material on MEMS technology, products, and adaptive optics. The site also includes short video clips and many useful definitions and links. MEMS is an emerging technology which uses the...
Created by Terry L.M. Bartelt of the Wisconsin Online Resource Center provides this animation showing the one-shot operation of a programmable logic controller. The resource uses Flash animation and is overall a nice...
Created by Patrick Hoppe of the Wisconsin Online Resource Center this is an introduction to the metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET). Along with a general introduction, students also examine its...
This website, created by the State University of New York at Albany, has several videos that explain the concepts and applications of nanotechnology to high school and middle school students. Videos include...
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