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Unit 13: Modern Materials and the Solid State—Crystals, Polymers, and Alloys

Visuals (listed by section)

ENIAC, the First Electronic General-Purpose Computer (1945), and a Modern Smart ... (Section 1)

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German Steel Rolling Mill (1983) (Section 1)

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Silicon Dioxide in Crystalline and Amorphous Forms (Section 2)

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Unit Cells for a Variety of Salts (Section 2)

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Conceptual Design for a Molten Salt Reactor, Using Salt as Both Fuel and Coolant (Section 3)

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Bonding in Diamonds and Graphite (Section 3)

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Morphology of Snow Crystals (Section 4)

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Liquid and Solid Water Molecules (Section 4)

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Metallic Bonding in Aluminum (Section 5)

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Bessemer Converter (Section 6)

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Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Diagram  (Section 6)

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Polyethylene Chain (Section 7)

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Vulcanization of Rubber with Sulfur (Section 7)

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The Structure of Silk (Yellow Squares Are Beta-Sheet Crystals) (Section 7)

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Resin Identification Codes for Recyclable Plastics (Section 8)

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Bakelite Buttons (Section 8)

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Structure of Kevlar Fiber (Section 8)

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Atomic Arrangements in Alloys (Section 9)

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Common Steel Alloying Agents (Section 9)

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Quasicrystals (Section 10)

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Insulin Encapsulation (animation)

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Metallic Bonding (animation)

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