4D30.20 - Kinetic Theory of Gases Demos - Overhead Model
See the manual in the file for instruction on the use of the overhead projector kinetics unit.
- Michael M. Hull, Manuel Becker, Florian Budimaier, Haruki Abe, Haruhiko Funahashi, "Uses of the HEC BB Bag in Physics Instruction", TPT, Vol. 61, #1, Jan. 2023, p. 26.
- Jeffrey J. Prentis and William M. Yuhasz, "Motorized Molecules: From Molecular Chaos to Thermal Order", TPT, Vol. 39, #4, Apr. 2001, p. 242.
- Bernt K. Hauge, "Some Model Experiments", TPT, Vol. 16, #5, May 1978, p. 293.
- Fred R. Myers Jr., "E.M.E. Molecular Motion Demonstrator, An Evaluation", TPT, Vol. 13, #4, Apr. 1975, p. 244.
- Genevieve DiBari, Liliana Valle, Reflilwe Tanah Bua, "Using Hexbugs TM to Model Gas Pressure and Electrical Conduction: A Pandemic-Inspired Distance Lab", AJP, Vol. 90, #11, Nov. 2022, p. 817.
- Bruce G. Eaton, Richard G. Finstad, and Paul D. Lane, "Kinetic Theory Simulator for Laboratory Use", AJP, Vol. 47, #2, Feb. 1979, p. 132.
- Crispin O. Butler, "The Roller Randomizer", AJP, Vol. 45, #11, Nov. 1977, p. 1030.
- "H-440. Simulator - Ball Vibrator", DICK and RAE Physics Demo Notebook, 1993.
- G. D. Freier and F. J. Anderson, "Hh-5", A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
- G. D. Freier and F. J. Anderson, "Hh-4", A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
- Robert Ehrlich, "I.4. Molecular Motion Simulation", Turning the World Inside Out and 174 Other Simple Physics Demonstrations, p. 116 - 117.
- W. Bolton, "20. The Kinetic Model of a Gas", Book 1 - Properties of Materials, Physics Experiments and Projects, 1968, p. 31.
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