- Use this "Animated Gas Lab"
to answer the questions on this worksheet
about Boyle's Law.
- And use the same "Animated Gas Lab"
to complete the Charles's Law worksheet.
- Have students do these Boyle's Law
- Do these Charles's Law problems .
- Try these Combined Gas Law
are Ideal Gas Law problems and these
are both Combined Gas Laws and Ideal Gas Law Problems.
- This worksheet
is a review of all the gas laws.
- Have students try this "Gas Laws Magic
- Do this Gas Laws crossword puzzle
or try this "Gases"
crossword with answers.
- Or try this Gas Law wordsearch
with answers .
- A question on a University of Washington
midterm was, "Is Hell Exothermic?" This student's
the gas laws to answer the question. Just thought I would
throw that in for fun!
- Here's a good PowerPoint
presentation on "The Gas Laws"
(NOTE: The htm version doesn't seem to work in the Mozilla
- Show this Flash
animation with audio of "The Gas Laws."
- Abigail Freiberger of the Greater
Atlanta Christian School
provided this "Physical Characteristics of Gases"
activity that uses animations on the web to investigate the physical
properties of gases.
- Paul Bizot provided this "NASA Animated Gas
worksheet to go with NASA's Animated Gas Lab.
It is targeted toward AP Chemistry students.
- "The Chemistry Blimp"
is a WebQuest that explores the chemistry behind the Hindenburg
- Use NASA's animated "Gas Lab"
to do this simpler "NASA Animated Gas Lab"
- These are "Simple, Inexpensive Classroom
Experiments for Understanding Basic Gas Laws and Properties of
- Check out the article, "Inquiry and the Collapsing Can"
in NSTA's The Science Teacher,
April/May 2006, p. 62-63 (members can access the link). And
check out the "Collapsing Can"
- Use this Cartesian Diver
demo to illustrate Boyles's Law.
- Try these "Chemistry Is a Gas"
demos to illustrate Boyle's and Charles's Laws.
- Do this Boyle's Law Microscale
experiment or this Charles's Law Microscale
- "Gas Laws"
is a virtual lab that uses this "Boyle's Law"
animation, this graph pad,
and this "Charles's Law"
- Set up 11 lab stations with this "Gas Laws Smorgasbord"
from Arbor Scientific.
- Have students do Discovery
"Temperature and Pressure" lab,
designed for grades 6-8,
that uses carbonated sodas. It includes a "Temperature and
Pressure Data Sheet" .
- Try Joyce Hooley-Bartlett's "Exploration of
- In Beverly Frommel's "Marshmallow Madness"
student's use plastic syringes and
marshmallows to test one of the basic gas laws.
Rosemarie Smith's "Alka Seltzer and the Ideal
lab. She has included teacher notes and
a key for the lab .
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