Following on with an earlier posting regarding the ideal gas equation, here is a link to the 'yteach' website that seems to be rapidly growing in popularity. It is a demo version but can still be easily and effectively used with your class. Please look at the top right hand corner of the web page - the slide you see if slide 1 or 22 so make sure you look at each slide! The website can be accessed by clicking here.
The following you tube clip is a pretty good teaching resource. Personally, I have never been a big fan of this type of you tube clip but it is made by students and I would imagine that students around the world would find it useful as it helps visualise different components of the ideal gas equation. I would probably use it as an introduction before spending more time explaining the different parts of the equation in more detail. Enjoy! :mrgreen: NFqiFv6rVbA