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Boyle's Law - Simple Example
We determine the new volume of an inflated balloon that is submerged in water, presuming an isothermal process.
Paul Andersen explains how gases differ from the other phases of matter. An ideal gas is a model that allows scientists to predict the movement of gas under varying pressure, temperature and volume. A description of both the kinetic molecular theory and Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution are included. As a gas approaches condensation some of the ideal gas laws fall apart.
A brief introduction to ideal gases and the ideal gas law for students in algebra-based physics courses such as AP Physics 2 and AP Physics B. We also talk about the internal energy of a gas and the root-mean-square velocity of a gas.
Doc Physics - Historical Derivation of the Ideal Gas Law
Charles, Boyle, and Duh.
Joy physics probs 14- Perfect gas
Part of a series of videos on physics problem-solving. The problems are taken from "The Joy of Physics." This one deals with a perfect gas. The viewer is urged to pause the video at the problem statement and work the problem before watching the rest of the video.