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This page from Bart Van Zeghbroeck of the University of Colorado at Boulder explains optoelectronic transmitters/receivers. Components of the concept which are explained include signal transmission, electrical signal...
This page uses flash animation to briefly explain the many areas where fuel cell technology can be applied. It also discusses the need for alternative energies as well as outlines the advantages of fuel cells.
This is a brief flash animation that provides an overview of the components in an Evacuated Tube Solar Collector. It also explains how these components maximize effectiveness of this type of solar collector as well as...
This video illustrates the process used to make CCD Semiconductors, the device used in digital cameras to turn images into electrons. The video originally aired on The Science Channel.
This is a Quicktime animation explanation of a MOSFET. Almost all electronics and appliances, including personal computers, contain millions of silicon MOSFETs on a thumbnail sized chip. The...
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