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Molecular Workbench

offers tools for visualizing and computing the motion of atoms and molecules. See simulations of diffusion, dissolution, distillation, chemical reactions, chain reactions, equilibrium, catalysis, self-assembly, x-ray diffraction, light-matter interactions, DNA hybridization, nano machinery, Maxwell's law of speed distribution, Archimedes' principle of buoyancy, Pascal's principle, ideal gas laws, and more. (The Concord Consortium, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

Many functions of living cells are made possible by the spontaneous organization of molecules of various types in an amazingly accurate way. This is called self-assembly. Self-assembly is considered a promising nano-assembly.
Uniformity and diversity of life's building blocks

From monomers to polymers


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