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What is common between a hot air balloon and a paint spray?

What is common between a hot air balloon and a paint spray?

Lets perform experiments related to the pressure of gases.


Author: Mathesz Anna, Stonawski Tamás

Reviewer: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea


, gas laws, gas, gasses, pressure, volume, temperature, air pressure, ideal gas, Gay-Lussac's law, Boyle–Mariotte, pressure difference, gravitational force, 17th century, diagram, gun barrel, vacuum cleaner, airbrush, hot-air balloon, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water, air, cooling, state of matter, value of a quantity, experiment, bottle, glass, match, straw, modeling clay, physics, nature study, history of science, history, mathematics

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