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Hot and Cold Ideal Gases  [ Computer Program ]
  
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T. Timberlake
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The EJS Hot and Cold Ideal Gases model simulates the mixing of hot and cold two-dimensional ideal gases in a square box. This simulation can be used as part of the activity described…
  
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This simulation provides a highly visual, interactive way for students to explore gas properties. As they pump gas molecules into a chamber, they control volume, add/remove heat, and…
  
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M. Kutzner and P. Wong
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This lab manual contains descriptions of a series of laboratories covering the ideal gas laws and ideal gas processes. These experiments are designed for introductory high school and…
  
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K. Forinash
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This web page contains a microscopic simulation on the pressure of a gas in a closed container. The pressure is graphed vs time, and the user has options on the size and number of…
  
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This Java simulation experiments with a helium balloon, a hot air balloon, or a rigid sphere filled with different gases. The user can discover what makes some balloons float and…
  
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This applet compares the blackbody spectrum of the sun to visible light. The user can learn about the blackbody spectrum of the sun, a light bulb, an oven, and the earth. They can…
  
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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
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This is an interactive homework problem relating to the kinetic theory of gases. It features a syringe that has just been used and now lies empty. The syringe must be heated to high…
  
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K. Forinash
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This web page contains a simulation of the volume and temperature of gas in a piston as it oscillates. Temperature and volume are graphed as the volume of the piston expands and…
  
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K. Forinash
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This web page contains a simulation of Brownian motion. One larger particle represents a macroscopically visible object (pollen grain) and smaller particles represent water…
  
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D. Maloney
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This is an annotated homework problem involving an ideal gas contained in a cylinder with a movable piston. The author provides explicit explanation of isothermal, adiabatic,…
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