Virtual Laboratory «Physics»

Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics

The virtual laboratory is designed for organizing distance education, conducting experiments and laboratory work in the school subject «Physics» in the part of the section «Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics».

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In the Virtual Laboratory «Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics», the student gets a unique experience – the same as in real conditions.

Thermal conductivity, humidity, temperature – everything is regulated and obeys the real laws of physics. There is no need to purchase special equipment to show the student how the laws of thermodynamics work. Everything necessary is included in this Virtual Laboratory.

Special function – time control. Need to speed up the boiling of the liquid? Just turn on the accelerated mode. Slow down? It will also not be difficult. By default, the liquid heats up at the same speed as in reality.

Interactive interaction with objects, representative results and maximum full control over the physics experiment – all this in the Virtual Laboratory «Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics».

The «Physics» Virtual Laboratory, section «Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics» allows:

  • Mathematically correctly calculate and freely model thermal phenomena in macroscopic bodies and the properties of these bodies based on the principles of their molecular structure and interaction with substances. For this, three-dimensional laboratory equipment and measuring instruments are available without a limit on the number of objects used simultaneously in the Virtual Laboratory (the «sandbox» concept).

  • Conduct school laboratory work and physical experiments with various categories of equipment units according to the molecular-kinetic theory.

  • Compare the amount of heat, measure the specific heat capacity of a solid body and the humidity of the surrounding environment.

  • Investigate isothermal, isochoric and isobaric processes.

  • Edit the parameters of the surrounding environment: relative humidity, temperature and pressure.

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