Rap with Constant Volume, Pressure or Temperature

Written by: Captain Skellett // September 11th, 2009 // Just for Fun

Ah, the gas equation. I love it, I really do, I don’t care if it’s nerdy and not as piratey as admitting I like large hats and scuffed wooden decks, peglegs, eyepatches and long socks. The gas equation is elegant. It’s informative. It’s sexy. Not only a helpful formula if you’re stuck in an airtight room, it constructs the three ideal gas laws, Boyles Law, Charles Law, and the Pressure Law, and it describes how volume, pressure, and temperature influence each other.

But none have done with the gas equation what these two guys have done. And hell, hats off to them because its funny as, and sciencey to boot! Allow me to present two guys rapping the Ideal Gas Equation.

ROFLMAO

Captain Skellett

I be Captain Skellett. Me blog started in April 2009 when I was working full time and didn’t get a chance to talk science. Now I have changed jobs and talk science all the time, but that doesn’t stop me blogging. More About Captain Skellett   Google

   

One Response to “Rap with Constant Volume, Pressure or Temperature”

  1. […] Not for the first time I am posting a rap video. Rap is apparently the best genre of musical art for scientific communication, perhaps because it can handle an excess of long words. […]






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