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The Gellman Group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison presents its research "focused on understanding the interactions involved in the folding of natural and unnatural amide polymers." After learning the basics of the...
Play games, explore simulations, and get in-depth information about challenging topics in the area of chemistry at the official web site of the Nobel Foundation. One link sends the visitor to information and a game about...
The Polymer Science Learning Center (PSLC) is an interactive web site in polymer education that offers an innovative, inquiry-based, multi-faceted learning environment for pre-kindergarten through adult explorers. The...
This learning activity shows how "differences in composition can drastically affect the properties of balls that look identical." Balls that appear the same but are composed of different materials will be bounced. Since...
The Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Workshop (MAST) provides this experiment as an introduction to the physical properties of polymeric chains. The lesson involves using pop-beads to represent polymeric...
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