Video of the “Atmospheric pressure, hydrostatics, and upside down water glasses” demonstration

Here are videos of the “Atmospheric pressure, hydrostatics, and upside down water glasses” demonstration. The full videos are linked form the GIF titles

Demonstration with the cup full

full

Demonstration with the cup only partially full

part-full

Again thanks to Henry Burridge for this demonstration.

An index of all the demonstrations posted on this blog can be found here. Don’t forget to follow @nbkaye on twitter for updates to this blog. If you have a demonstration that you use in class that you would like to share on this blog please email me (nbkaye@clemson.edu). I also welcome comments (through the comments section or via email) on improving the demonstrations.

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One thought on “Video of the “Atmospheric pressure, hydrostatics, and upside down water glasses” demonstration

  1. I wanted to say thanks (again) for making this excellent material available. The clear diagrams and videos provide material that can really help students understand what is often a difficult new topic.

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