Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art: Nano and Color Experiments
It is called “nano” and it is 1 billionth of a meter in size. That’s the scale used to measure atoms and molecules! And on that scale, common materials can have very unusual properties. It's the basis of a field of science called “nanotechnology”, which is producing big advances. Older elementary school and middle school students will not only learn about nano-scale, they will do hands-on experiments, and make thin films–only a few hundred nanometers thick–to take home! Registration required.
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50 Esmond St.
Smithfield, RI 02917
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