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Heike Kamerlingh-Onnes (1853 - 1916) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1913 for his investigations on the properties of matter at low temperatures which led to the production of liquid helium.
Physicist Rik Sargent meets Andy Moffat, a real ale brewer in North London with Redemption Brewing. They discuss the science involved in controlling the taste and colour of beer, focusing on the ...
Edward Mills Purcell (1911 - 1997) worked in the field of nuclear magnetism, with particular interest in relaxation phenomena, related problems of molecular structure, measurement of atomic ...
Do students think that water moves differently depending on its temperature? A preparatory resource aimed at teachers
Kamerlingh Onnes worked for many years to liquify the element which persisted as a gas to the lowest temperature.
What will happen to the bounciness of a ball if you cool it down or heat it up? Includes suggested learning outcomes and links for teachers.
The site gives a practical demonstration on the collisions between gas molecules by varying the temperature and volume. Java applet.
A quirky example of heat insulation. It emphasises the difference between thermal energy and temperature. Includes video clips.
Simulates the behaviour of simple magnets. Allows you to choose initial temperature, gives a visual picture of the changing spins and calculates energy and magnetization.
Article looking at the effect of temperature on how fast a beer ages
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