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I'm having a hard time finding a better way to demonstrate the principal of Boyle's Law. I thought about taking a balloon down under water and taking it up in an airplane to show how pressure affects volume. But that isn't a real good way for us because we can't scuba dive deep enough, especially in the winter time, or we don't have an airplane. Could you tell me about a book that would have different ways to present this law or make a suggestion about what I might do instead of an airplane or a scuba dive? Thank you.
Re: Boyle's Law and how to demonstrate it
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