## Boyle’s Law 2

Drag the standard weight and place it on top of the piston. You can download graph data. Boyle’s Law Doubling the pressure of a gas reduces the volume of the gas by 1/2, and increasing the pressure of a gas...

Drag the standard weight and place it on top of the piston. You can download graph data. Boyle’s Law Doubling the pressure of a gas reduces the volume of the gas by 1/2, and increasing the pressure of a gas...

* The gas molecules in the above simulation are all of the same type, and the color of the molecules is for identification purposes only. Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases ‘Kinetic Theory of Gases’ is a hypothesis to explain the...

Charle’s Law Assuming constant pressure, increasing the temperature of the gas will speed up the molecular motion. As the gas often collides with the vessel wall, the volume increases. Conversely, if you lower the temperature of the gas, the molecular...

Boyle’s Law If you press the piston of a syringe containing a certain number of gas molecules, the gas molecules’ space is reduced. Therefore, the gas molecules collide with the syringe wall more and more. As a result, the pressure...

The numerical values shown in this simulation are not absolute and are intended to determine relative increase or decrease. Therefore, the unit is not displayed. Nature of gas Since the gas can not be seen or touched, a little imagination...

The force applied per unit area is called pressure. If the force applied to any two points is the same, the larger the area, the smaller the pressure. Conversely, the smaller the area, the greater the pressure. This is why...

State of matter The material around us exists in three states (solid, liquid, gas) depending on temperature. Solids do not change shape and volume like ice, trees, and so on. The liquid has the property of flowing like water and...

Charle’s Law Charle’s Law In 1787, French scientist Charle (1746-1823) revealed that increasing the temperature of a gas by 1℃ at constant pressure increases the volume of the gas by 1/273 of the volume at 0℃. This is called Charle’s...

Avogadro’s Law The Italian scientist Avogadro (1776-1856) introduced the molecules’ concept to explain gases’ reactions. According to his theory, the volume of any gas at the same temperature and pressure is proportional to the molecules’ number. In other words, regardless...

Boyle’s J-tube experiment Boyle’s J-tube experiment is an experiment that Boyle did to prove his law. Boyle experimented with pouring mercury into a J-shaped glass tube with one side blocked. At first, the heights of mercury are equal to each...

All naturally occurring elements CAN exist as a solid, liquid, or gas, and all will have at least one triple point. (except Helium) The triple point is the unique combination of temperature and pressure at which the solid phase, liquid...