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Publisher: Questacon
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Try puncturing a balloon with a paper clip at different places--you can amaze your friends with the result. Find out how self-sealing fuel tanks work.
  
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Publisher: Ontario Science Center
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Try this very simple activity, from the Ontario Science Center, to grow sugar crystals in your kitchen!
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and WGBH Educational Foundation
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This NOVA website contains information about the scientific quest to utilize cold and to achieve the lowest temperature possible. Several interactive simulations present topics such…
  
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T. Eastman
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This site describes all aspects of plasma science and technology. You can explore the basics of plasma, its applications; view a photo gallery, and much more.
  
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Publisher: University of Toronto: Experimental Nonlinear Physics Group
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This website, from the University of Toronto, provides a discussion of the instability that gives rise to ripples on the surface of icicles. A description of this instability is…
  
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K. Libbrecht
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This website, from Caltech, contains the basic facts about snowflakes and snow crystals, along with many images. The structure of ice, the basic form of a snowflake, the dependence…
  
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Publisher: National Science Foundation
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This National Science Foundation news release presents a newly introduced technique, involving simple materials and instruments, for studying the mechanical properties of nanometer…
  
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T. Bell; Publisher: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
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At this Science at NASA site, you'll learn about the physics of sand movement and the research done to understand mechanisms of dune migration. The physics and the landforms are…
  
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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This webpage contains an interactive simulation that is a schematic illustration of conduction in semiconductors. Users can create doped semiconductors and PN junctions and explore…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This site from the Exploratorium contains a simple demonstration of how objects can disappear when placed in a liquid. The activity uses glass objects and Wesson™ oil. The site…
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