National Standards


  • 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 problems .
  • Do these Charles's Law problems .
  • Try these Combined Gas Law problems .
  • These  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 Square" .
  • Do this Gas Laws crossword puzzle  or try this "Gases" crossword with answers.
  • Or try this Gas Law wordsearch puzzle  with answers .
  • A question on a University of Washington midterm was, "Is Hell Exothermic?"  This student's response uses 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 Firefox browser.).
  • 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 Lab"  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 disaster.
  • Use NASA's animated "Gas Lab" to do this simpler "NASA Animated Gas Lab"  worksheet.
  • These are "Simple, Inexpensive Classroom Experiments for Understanding Basic Gas Laws and Properties of Gases" .
  • 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" video.
  • 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 experiment.
  • "Gas Laws" is a virtual lab that uses this "Boyle's Law" animation, this graph pad, and this "Charles's Law" animation.
  • Set up 11 lab stations with this "Gas Laws Smorgasbord" from Arbor Scientific.
  • Have students do Discovery School's "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 Gasses"  demos.
  • In Beverly Frommel's "Marshmallow Madness"  , student's use plastic syringes and marshmallows to test one of the basic gas laws.
  • Try Rosemarie Smith's "Alka Seltzer and the Ideal Gas Law"  lab.  She has included teacher notes  and a key for the lab .

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