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Title: Magnetism and Nanotechnology
Url: https://www.nnin.org/education-training/k-12-teachers/nanotechnology-c...
Publisher: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network
Description:

This lesson, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers magnetism. Students will experiment with ferrofluid which is "a unique material that has both magnetic and liquid properties. It is a colloidal solution of nano-sized particle of magnetite suspended in a liquid." A Teacher Preparation Guide, Student Guide, and Next Generation Science Standards for the lesson are included. 

LC Classification: Science -- Physics -- Electricity and magnetism -- Magnetism -- Magnetic materials -- Special magnetic materials, A-Z -- Ferrites
Science -- Physics -- Electricity and magnetism -- Magnetism -- Study and teaching. Research
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Nanotechnology
GEM Subject: Science -- Technology
Science -- Physics
Science -- Instructional issues
Key Concept: Physics -- Fluids
Physics -- Magnetism
Manufacturing -- Nanofabrication
Resource Type: Instructional Materials
Laboratory Modules
Format: html
pdf
Audience: Middle School Teachers
Secondary Education
Teachers
Language: English
Rights: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, (NNIN)
Access Rights: Free access
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