Designer/Coder: James P. Hansen
Testers: Mr. Jay (Tim) Kelley, Andrew T. Hahn
Concept: James P. Hansen
Mathematics/Chemistry Concepts: Mr. Jay (Tim) Kelley
GasLaws X was created as an aid to all chemistry and physics students studying the interactions of volume, pressure, and temperature in relation to ideal gases. It is not intended to be a substitute for the old-fashioned pencil-paper-calculator. Because of such, I have kept the ability to remember significant digits out of the program.
This version of GasLaws, being part of the greater GasLaws project, is capable of performing all variations on the four major gas laws: Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac's Law, and the Combined Gas Law. This version, however, has no functionality to do trends on separate CSV files. Future versions of GasLaws X may have this functionality, but some will be maintained without it for institutional use. This version also has a separate converter, so the program assumes that all temperatures values are Kelvin. The programs converter will do two-way conversion of units.
The files included with this program include:
To send me a bug report (no program is perfect), send an email with this in the subject line: BUG FOUND -- , and inside the brackets, write where the bug is, and in the body, give a detailed description of the bug (i.e. its nature, where it is, what caused it, its result, etc).
To send me an incorrect information report, send an email with this in the subject line: INCORRECT INFO -- , and inside the brackets, briefly write what the incorrect information is, and then in the body give a very detailed description of the incorrect information (i.e. its nature, where it was, the correct information). Do not send email for typos, I can get those on my own.
Any hate-mail or spam-mail will result in immediate report back to your ISP, and, depending on the nature, a report to the local authorities for harassment.
Copyright 2001, James P. Hansen