Great news! “The Behavior of Gases” has been ported from Flash to HTML5. This ChemThink tutorial took a lot of time to make, and it looks great! All of the original controls are here, and the question set is as challenging as ever. Students will adjust temperature, number of atoms, pressure, and volume to see how this affects the frequency and force of the collisions with the walls of the container.
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In order to ensure the financial stability of www.simbucket.com and www.quizevolved.com, we are planning an annual donation drive. So far, we have collected the following donations for 2018:
In addition to the donation drive:
1. I have consolidated all of our web services down to just two: a cloud-based VPS provider and Amazon Web Services. We now have a single, modern, powerful VPS that can easily handle all of the load for several hundred dollars cheaper per year than before.
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