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Title: How Small is That?
Url: https://www.nnin.org/education-training/k-12-teachers/nanotechnology-c...
Publisher: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network
Description:

This lab, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers the concept of relative size. Students will learn that "cells are quite big when compared to nanomaterials" and examine ways to keep nanoparticles from being polluted by larger objects, such as dust. A Teacher's Preparatory Guide and Student Worksheet are provided that give detailed guidance for completing the lab.

LC Classification: Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Study and teaching. Research -- Experiments
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Nanotechnology
GEM Subject: Science -- Biology
Key Concept: Manufacturing -- Nanofabrication
Date Issued: 2014-08
Resource Type: Instructional Material
Assessment Material -- Test
Instructional Material -- Student Guide
Instructional Material -- Instructor Guide/Manual
Format: Document -- PDF
Document -- HTML
Audience: Educator
Education Level: High School -- Grade 9
High School -- Grade 11
High School -- Grade 12
High School -- Grade 10
Middle School -- Grade 6
Middle School -- Grade 7
Middle School -- Grade 8
Language: English
Rights: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, (NNIN)
Access Rights: Free access
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