An Approach to Kinetic Theory (1966)

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Kinetic theories of gases and how the concepts can be introduced to the class by a combination of models and experiments. Models are used to help visualise the theories explaining the phenomen a observed in the transition from solid to liquid to gas, and in the growth of crystals. Experiments such as the release of bromine into air and into a vacuum are used to test quantitative predictions from the model.

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