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KINETIC PARTICLE THEORY COMPUTER SIMULATIONS based the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution equation of kinetic energies

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When you run the computer simulation package (link below), your choices are as follows on pressing 1-4.

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1. Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution - variation of speed with molecular mass at 300K

2. Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution - variation of speed with temperature for molecular mass 32

3. Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution - variation of kinetic energy with temperature (with a fictitious activation energy Ea marked on as a vertical line)

4. Random movement of particles trapped in a box - illustrates why we get a variety of speeds and kinetic energies and diffusion

PLEASE NOTE: This software will probably only run on Microsoft platforms.

RUN/SAVE THE KINETIC PARTICLE THEORY SIMULATIONS

 YOU CAN CLOSE THE WINDOW AT ANY TIME TO FINISH USING THE SIMULATIONS

YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE THE MOUSE - just use the keyboard


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