This is a first software simulates ideal gas molecules in a cylinder. You can see ideal gas molecules in 3D if you use "Ideal Gas in 3D". It can help you to understand molecules motion, Boyle's law, Charles law and Maxwell distribution. You can change all parameters of ideal gas as temperature, pressure, volume and mole number. The relation of pressure, volume and temperature of ideal gas showed by diagram. The Monte Carlo simulation method is used for the distributing speed of molecules. Learn ideal gas laws fun and easy.
If you are teacher, "Ideal Gas in 3D" can be an excellent tool for the explaining ideal gas laws to your students.
» version 2.01 - posted on 2006-08-29
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