# Conceptual Physics Alive: Gases

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Arbor Scientific

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Master teacher Paul Hewitt uses a demonstration-oriented lecture which focuses on the atmosphere--its weight, pressure, and the buoyancy it exerts on objects.

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Conceptual Physics Alive: Gases includes a digital video and questions set with answers.

Observe Paul Hewitt teach in a classroom with real students, using engaging demonstrations and artwork. In this video, the demonstration-oriented lecture focuses on the atmosphere--its weight, pressure, and the buoyancy it exerts on objects. Barometer, Boyle's Law, and Bernoulli's principle are also discussed. Segment length: 40 minutes

Gases Includes:

• Hewitt demonstrates what happens when an inverted glass is pushed into a container of colored water.
• The weight of air, and interesting comparisons.
• Chalkboard sketch of the world and atmosphere, and how air pressure is due to the weight of air.
• Demonstration of the crushing by the atmosphere of soft drink aluminum cans (first heated with a bit of water in them) inverted one by one into a bath of cool water.
• Atmospheric pressure.
• Data on atmospheric pressure with altitude.
• Demonstration of the burning of a piece of paper in a Jar. Hewitt puts the jar on his forehead and it sticks.
• Demonstration of atmospheric pressure with a toilet plunger.
• Demonstration of atmospheric pressure with a sheet of rubber.
• Demonstration of a filled glass of water covered with a piece of cardboard and held above the head.
• Mercury barometer explained.
• Demonstration of air poured from one container to another beneath the surface of water.
• Explanation of caissons tor underwater construction.
• Boyle's law.
• Review of the weighted balloon that barely floats (from the previous lecture).
• Snorkeling and scuba diving.
• Bernoulli's principle.
• Demonstration of various balls suspended in the air by an air stream.
• Airplane lift.

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