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View Interactive Sugar Molecule - Smart Sugars Lesson # 21

by J. C. Spencer

This lesson will allow you to interact and control a sugar molecule with your computer mouse. These three interactive sites are in your hand to enjoy and learn.

So, this Smart Sugar Lesson can be real short, or you may get carried away and have educational fun with it for a long time.

As you see the "toy" sugar molecule twist and turn with you at the controls, see how the two glucose molecules are uniquely bonded. It is this physical bond that provides trehalose with its functionality.

http://chembase.com/mol_164878.htm

After you have viewed and played with this sugar molecule, the next link is provided by the University of Utah which allows you to study the size of the glucose molecule in comparison with other subjects. You zoom in and out with the sliding bar controlled by your computer mouse.

http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/begin/cells/scale/

Then to finish this lesson, you may do a little home work at our sister site, http://www.diabetichope.com where other interactive science "toys" are available for you, your children, and grandchildren to play with.

Last Updated ( Jun 17, 2011 at 01:30 AM )