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Boiling point of liquefied gases with Arduino and PhyPhox

I recently met the PhyPhox app and found it great. 

I am a chemist and have used Arduino microprocessors to make physical and chemical measurements and when I saw the capabilities of the PhyPhox I wanted to make an example. 

The Experiment I designed uses an Arduino to measure the boiling point of liquefied gases with a DS18B20 temperature sensor transmitting data via bluetooth to my cell phone for analysis using PhyPhox.

I leave here the link of the report I made on the Instructable website for your knowledge. 

Measuring the Boiling Point of Liquefied Gases Using Arduino and PhyPhox : 4 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

Best regards

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Boiling point of liquefied gases with Arduino and PhyPhox - by Aewolframio - 05-06-2021, 11:08 PM

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