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View Resource Microscope Simulation

Here you can read and find out about different kinds of microscopes - what you can see in them and how to prepare specimens for a particular microscope. You can also try the four different microscope simulators and watch and compare images taken with phase contrast microscopes, fluorescence microscopes, transmission electron microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes. Test your knowledge of...

View Resource Characterization & Testing of Nanotechnology Structures and Materials

This page from the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK) Center presents a course on characterization and testing of nanotechnology structures and materials. Electrical, optical, physical and chemical characterization approaches are covered. The course will allow students hands-on experience with the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), flourescence...

View Resource Atomic Force Microscopy

This site features a video lecture on Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) by Prof. Arvind Raman of Purdue University that discusses the historical development, instrumentation and operational principles of various AFM modes. The lecture is accompanied by power point slides with clear illustrative graphics. The basics are provided in the application examples with advantages and limitation discussed....

View Resource Molecular Expressions: Electricity and Magnetism - Interactive Java Tutorials

This page is an index to the interactive Java tutorials developed to help students understand topics in electricity and magnetism. Created by Florida State University, the site contains tutorials about concepts such as capacitance, Ohm's Law, and creation of a silicon seascape. These are simply a few, the website contains almost any type of physics related concept you could desire. It is a great...

View Resource Materials Education: Commercial, Academic, and Governmental Material's Links

The Chemical and Materials Engineering Department at San Jose State University maintains this website aimed at introducing materials engineering to students. Beyond a basic appraisal of what students can do after getting a degree in this field, "A Cook's Tour of Commercial, Academic, and Government Material's Links" proceeds to explain metals and alloys, polymers, composites, semiconductors,...

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