## Charle’s Law

Charle’s Law Assuming constant pressure, increasing the temperature of the gas will speed up the molecular motion. As the gas often collides with the vessel wall, the volume increases. Conversely, if you…

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Charle’s Law Assuming constant pressure, increasing the temperature of the gas will speed up the molecular motion. As the gas often collides with the vessel wall, the volume increases. Conversely, if you…

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Boyle’s Law If you press the piston of a syringe containing a certain number of gas molecules, the space of the gas molecules is reduced. Therefore, the gas molecules collide with the…

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Apparent Motion of Mars If you observe the motion of Mars, you can see that you go forward and go backward. This procession of Mars has been regarded as mysterious since ancient…

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Three elements of power When a force is applied to an object, the movement of the object depends on the ‘magnitude’ of the force, the ‘direction’ of the force, and the ‘point…

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Water Wave When you throw a stone into a calm lake, a circle of concentric waves is created and spreads around. The phenomenon that vibration created in one place spreads to the…

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Triangle Regular Triangle The lengths of the three sides and the angles are the same. The size of each of the three angles is 60 °. It is the only triangle in…

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Triboelectricity If you peel off a thin vinyl wrapped in a book or candy, the vinyl may stick to your hands and may not fall well. Also, if you comb cat or…

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You can drag ‘start’ and ‘end point’. Thermodynamics of Gas The gas changes its temperature while exchanging thermal energy with the outside, and sometimes does work to outside as it expands or…

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Resistance is analogous to a toll-gate, meaning that it limits the flow of current. Please note that excessive analogy may cause misconceptions. (The cars in the simulation are crowded out, but the…

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Pythagorean Theorem When the three sides of a right triangle are a, b, and c, and the longest side is c, the following equation is always true. The areas of a square…

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