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KinderUni: "Volle Power! Energie aus der Sonne" (30.10.2010)

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Published on Nov 4, 2010

Kunststoffe, sog. Polymere, bestehen aus vielen einzelnen Teilchen und ähneln einer verknäulten Perlenkette. Sie besitzen viele Eigenschaften und können für jeden Zweck maßgeschneidert werden. Kunststoffe sind hart oder weich, elastisch oder starr und verstecken sich zum Beispiel in Plastiktüten, Batterien oder Legobausteinen. Aber wusstet ihr, dass Kunststoffe auch unsere Umwelt schonen und Autos leise machen? Wie Kunststoffe Strom leiten und Sonnenenergie speichern, verrät euch die KinderUni.

Weitere Informationen unter http://www.kinderuni.uni-mainz.de


INFORMATION IN ENGLISH:

Energy from the sun - Why plastics are real bundles of energy (October 30, 2010)
Plastics, also known as polymers, are made up of many tiny particles that are connected like an entangled string of pearls. They have many different properties and can be tailor-made for specific purposes. Plastics can be hard or soft, elastic or rigid, and are used to make various products such as plastic bags, batteries and Lego bricks. But did you know that plastics can protect our environment and help make automobiles run more quietly? This Kids University lecture will show you how plastics can conduct electricity and store the sun's energy.

Further information: http://www.kinderuni.uni-mainz.de/eng...

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