4C10.10 - P-V-T Model

P-V-T Demo Blocks
P-V-T Demo Blocks
Code Number:
Demo Title:
P-V-T Model
Pressure - Temperature - Volume Relationships
Area of Study:
Heat & Fluids
P-V-T Demo Blocks

No advanced notice is required.

  • Gavin D. Peckham, "P-V Diagrams Have More to Offer", TPT, Vol. 35, # 1, p. 56- 57, Jan. 1997.
  • Robert P. Bauman and Joseph G. Harrison, "Note on a Van Der Waals Gas", TPT, Vol. 34, # 4, Apr. 1996, p. 248.
  • Thomas C. Lamborn and Robert Mentzer, "Liquid Carbon Dioxide and Solid Nitrogen", TPT, Vol. 32, # 8, p. 508 - 509, Nov. 1994.
  • J. Hellemans,  "Visualization of the Ideal Gas Equation",  TPT, Vol. 26, # 6, p. 398, Sept. 1988.
  • Hg- 2:  Freier and Anderson,  A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
  • H- 320:  "Three Dimensional Model",  DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook.
  • Vadim V. Brazhkin, Kostya Trachenko, "What Separates a Liquid from a Gas?", Physics Today, Nov. 2012, p. 68.
  • Johanna Levelt Sengers and Antonius H. M. Levelt,  "Diederik Koteweg, Pioneer of Criticality",  Physics Today, p. 47, Dec. 2002.
  • Yaakov Kraftmakher, "2.10, Phase Diagram of Nitrogen", Experiments and Demonstrations in Physics, ISBN 981-256-602-3, p. 135.

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