# Pressure/Gas Laws

Gas law demos and activities for the K-12 and college physics and physical science classroom.
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1. Fire Syringe Item # P1-2020
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A Smokin' example of Charles's Law. Using the Fire Syringe to compress air into a smaller volume is a classic example of how rapidly doing work on a gas results in an increase in temperature.

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2. Advanced Gas Laws Demo w/ Temperature Item # P1-2065

Quantitatively confirm the Combined Gas Law with one complete apparatus! Students can verify this relationship using air and this unique apparatus.

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3. Individual Pressure Pumper Item # P1-2050
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56% of 100

Hands-on activities teach the relationship between pressure and temperature, adiabatic expansion and cloud formation, and finding the mass of air. Ideal for elementary/ middle level students. Also known as the Fizz Keeper.

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4. Atmospheric Mat Item # P1-2010

A simple design that demonstrates a powerful concept: atmospheric pressure! Place this rubber mat on any flat surface and pull on the handle. It's like the mat is glued down!

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5. Bernoulli Bag 4 pack Item # P6-7350
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93% of 100

How many breathes would it take to inflate an 8-foot long, 10-inch diameter bag? Just ONE using Bernoulli's principle! Commonly called the Wind Tube or Wind Bag.

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6. Vacuum Pumper and Chamber Item # P1-2140

With this affordable hand vacuum pump and chamber set students can test the effects of reduced pressure on many different objects, such as marshmallows, balloons, and water.

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7. Elasticity of Gases Demo Item # P1-2075
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The perfect apparatus for verifying Boyle's Law and other properties of gases. Simply add weights to the top block and measure the volume. Students then plot pressure versus the reciprocal of the volume in search of a straight line.

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8. Hand Boiler Item # P3-5005
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This energy transformation is sure to capture your students' attention! Hold the glass vessel in your hand, and your body heat causes the liquid inside to boil and shoot into the top bulb! Assorted colors and styles.

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9. Pascal's Demonstrator Item # P1-2190
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Fill the syringe with water, push the plunger, and watch the water shoot out of every hole equally, even those in the back of the bulb! Dramatic and memorable demonstration of Pascal's principle!

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10. Solar Bag Item # P6-7300
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93% of 100

You'll get "carried away" by this bag! Use the Solar Bag to demonstrate concepts of energy, thermodynamics, density, and buoyancy!