|Halliday, Resnick and Walker
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS 6/e
Chapter Twenty: The Kinetic Theory of Gases
Control pressure, volume and number of particles as well as the average particle velocity an ideal gas. Can you confirm the ideal gas law by manipulating these quantities and observing?
The Virtual Laboratory (G. Bothun), University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.
from The Virtual Laboratory (G. Bothun) at the University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Three different lessons written using three different applets:
1. Thermodynamic Equilibrium: Mixing Gases of Different Temperature
Looks at the time it takes for a system to come into thermodynamic equilibrium and observe the behavior of the diffusion process.
Kinetic Theory I
J. Gea-Banacloche, University of Arkansas.
A demonstration of a 2-D hard sphere molecular gas. View the speed distribution of particles and track the number of collisions to date. A discussion of the Maxwell distribution curve is also available.
HRW 6/e Chapter Index