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presents online simulations of thermodynamics, states of matter, water, and reactions. See interactive visualizations of Brownian motion, Maxwell's speed distribution law, diffusion and osmosis, ion transport, distillation, motion of greenhouse gases, gas laws, liquid-solid comparisons, intermolecular forces, salt dissolving, chemical reactions, explosion, and more. (Concord Consortium, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

The Maxwell speed distribution is a well-known statistic law in kinetic motion theory. Without additional twists, Maxwell distributions emerge from molecular dynamics simulations.
A 3D simulation demonstrates the molecular dynamics simulations of a benzene molecule being trapped between two xeon atoms through the van der Waals forces at low temperature.

Benzene trap

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