## Vacuum Jar

Vacuum Jar A vacuum jar(or vacuum sealer, vacuum container) is a container that can remove air using a pump. Originally, vacuum jars were made as kitchen utensils to help meat soak in seasoning. Now, they are used more in science … more

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Vacuum Jar A vacuum jar(or vacuum sealer, vacuum container) is a container that can remove air using a pump. Originally, vacuum jars were made as kitchen utensils to help meat soak in seasoning. Now, they are used more in science … more

The ideal gas equation is a formula that expresses the law of the relationship between pressure, volume, number, and temperature of ideal gases. With this simple equation, you can calculate the remaining variables you don’t know. In mathematics, this process … more

This simulation supports multitouch. Nature of gas Since the gas can not be seen or touched, a little imagination is needed to understand the ‘nature of the gas.’ In most everyday life, people often do not perceive air. This makes … more

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 … more

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 … more

You can drag ‘start’ and ‘endpoint.’ Thermodynamics of Gas The gas changes its temperature while exchanging thermal energy with the outside and sometimes does work outside as it expands or contracts. The process of changing the temperature, pressure, and volume … more

Pascal’s Principle Pascal’s principle is as follows. “Suppose a closed tube filled with uncompressed fluid. Then, the pressure of this tube’s inside is the same everywhere.” For example, If you press any part of the tube containing the toothpaste, the … more

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 … more