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iGasLaw

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Fri, 04/12/2013 - 17:05 -- Doug Ragan

iGasLaw by Cognitive Efficiency, Inc. gives students the capability on the iPad to adjust or hold constant variables such as volume, temperature, and pressure and then see what that effect has on the other variables. If you are teaching your students about the relationship between gas laws I recommend that you download this app, check it out, and tell us what you think by leaving a comment below.

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Cognitive Efficiency, Inc.

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Monday, December 10, 2012
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Erica Posthuma-Adams's picture
Submitted by Erica Posthuma-Adams on

Doug

This looks great!  I tried to download and the iTunes store displayed a message that the app wasn't available in the US market.  Did you run into this problem?

Erica Posthuma-Adams
@eposthuma
University High School of Indiana

Doug Ragan's picture
Submitted by Doug Ragan on

I did not run into that probem.  I have it now in the cloud so that is where I get it from.  I will double check and get back to you.

Doug

 

Doug Ragan

@dragan39

Chemistry teacher

Hudsonville High School

Hudsonville, Michigan

Doug Ragan's picture
Submitted by Doug Ragan on

It seems that this app is no longer available in the app store for the iPads.  So for those of you that were fortunate enough to have grabbed it then good for you, however if you were unable to get it then I am afraid it is no longer available.  I have looked for alternatives but haven't had any luck.  So book your time in the computer lab and try this out instead from PhET out of the University of Colorado Boulder . http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/gas-properties 

Doug Ragan

@dragan39

Chemistry teacher

Hudsonville High School

Hudsonville, Michigan