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What is a Nanometer?

By EPICS LSPM Team

Purdue University

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    Anonymous

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    I find this very informative. It does an excellent job of portraying the necessary information to the kids without blowing them out of the water.

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    James A. Olson

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    Great for beginners and kids

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    Terufumi Sawada

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    As a medical doctor I would prefer the showing of the exact size of RBC (7 to 8 micrometers)

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    Carl Batt

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    How does Martin surf against the flow? The Reynolds number at that dimension would make it impossible. If Martin is the size of a red blood how big are his red blood cells?

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    1. Tanya Faltens

      I agree that there are problems with shrinking people down to various tiny size scales and having people, especially kids, imagine that the humans could exist and function, this is the type of thing that can spawn misconceptions.

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