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This following applet is particle model of liquid in a container (microscopic)
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project particle model of liquid in a container (microscopic)

The following applet try to create a microscopic view of particle model for the liquid.
Please be care for : This is not a simulation to the real world. It is an illustrated animation.
If you click the heating checkbox. a small rectangle region is heated by external source.
Cyan dot show trajectory for one of the particle.
You can change the boundary with the slider.
You can also drag those particle.

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