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Nanotechnology

shows animations of molecular crystals, material strength experiments, different phases of liquid crystals, shockwaves, interatomic interactions in the soft v. hard materials, a microscopic model of friction, atomic motion across a liquid-solid interface, water molecules moving through carbon nanotubes, nanobud (a newly discovered material), nano machinery, nano differential gears, a molecular sorter, a nano conveyor belt, and more. (Concord Consortium, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

NanoBuds are a newly discovered material combining carbon nanotubes with fullerenes (e.g. C60) wherein the fullerenes are covalently bonded to the outer sidewalls of the underlying nanotube.
STM tips: a demonstration of the 3D Molecular Simulator

3D molecular simulator


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