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- Nanotechnology
Amazing Modern Materials - Multi-Demonstration Kit
Bring amazing real-world modern materials into your classroom! This multi-demonstration kit includes: • Ferrofluid A magnetic fluid created by extremely small Fe3O4 particles. Dramatically demonstrate the unique physical properties of ferrofluid and ...
Commercial Ferrofluid - Chemical Demonstration Kit
Ferrofluid, first developed by NASA in the 1960s, consists of nano-sized magnetic particles suspended in a liquid. Your students will be fascinated as you demonstrate the unique properties of this nanoscience material and produce interesting 3-dimens...
Ferrofluid Nanotechnology - Chemical Demonstration Kit
A magnetic liquid, also known as a ferrofluid, may seem like a space-age concept. That's because it is! Now you can prepare a ferrofluid and demonstrate the concept that was invented by NASA in the 1960s to control liquids in space. The procedure is ...
Liquid Crystals - How Do They Do That? Chemical Demonstration Kit
Combine two clear liquids and heat them, then watch as the mixture produces vivid color changes from red to green to blue as it cools. From skin mapping to circuit board testing to mood rings, liquid crystals have amazing modern applications. Liquid ...
Chemistry, Physics, and Modern Materials -
Multi-Demonstration Kit
Explore the building blocks of modern materials with this multi-demonstration kit. Model four modern material concepts—X-ray diffraction, Nitinol wires, photoresistors, and piezoelectricity. Help your students understand the importance of these mater...
Ruby-Red Colloidal Gold Nanotechnology - Chemical Demonstration Kit
Discover the beautiful properties of ruby-red colloidal gold in this introduction to nanotechnology demonstration. Reacting a very dilute solution of gold chloride in water with sodium citrate, a mild reducing agent, produces elemental gold. The gold...
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