ATTENTION - the aluMATTER site is currently experiencing some technical problems
Did you know that many of our interactive animations are available to embed or download from the CORE-Materials repository of Open Educational Resources?
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Site Organisation and Navigation
The content of this site is arranged by subject/category in a similar way to other Web search portals.
Please note that during these early stages of aluMATTER, many of the subject branches lead to "dead ends". Sub-topics (listed on the left) that are displayed in bold face indicate "routes" to content. Those in normal face are dead ends.
Additional links relevant to a particular topic or page, both internal and external, will be given further down. Other relevant non-Internet resources, such as book and journal references, CD-ROMs and videos are given at the bottom of the page.
If you have any questions or comments about the aluMATTER website, please contact MATTER.
If you have any general queries about aluminium the material, please contact EAA. We cannot guarantee that all enquiries will receive a response, but we will do our best.
Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ
Q. As a lecturer, I would like to use parts of the aluMATTER site in lecture demonstrations. However, I don't want to risk the embarrassment of a bad/failed Internet connection or server failure during the lecture. Is there anything I can do?
A. The best solution is to "cache" your favourite pages prior to the lecture and then work offline. To do this:
IMPORTANT NOTE: The cached files are NOT kept indefinitely on the machine. If possible, carry out the above procedure within a day or so of the scheduled lecture.
A. We get many requests on this subject. At present we are unable to offer this type of service for a number of reasons.
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