Absorb Physics by David Fairhurst

Smoke in a microscope

Added by David Fairhurst on Feb 6, 2008

An interactive animation demonstrating the Brownian motion of smoke particles in air. A stylised view of smoke particles under a microscope is shown. Click the arrow button to view the air molecules that bombard the smoke particles and cause their erratic motion. Click the arrow button again to reset the animation.

This resource is from the unit Particles of Matter which is part of Absorb Physics.

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