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What keeps a balloon inflated? The pressure that is exerted by the gas particles on the sides of the balloon.
Gas particles collide with each other and also hit inside walls of the container.. Pressure is the amount of force exerted by the gas particles on a given surface.
Temperature of the gas Volume of the gas
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When you heat a gas in a closed container, its pressure ………….…. increases
If volume is decreased, the particles will be in a smaller place. So, they hit the walls………………..So, the gas pressure ……………… more often increases
BBecause of having TOO MUCH SPACE between the particles.
Gas turns into the liquid because of having the particles too close to each other.
No!! ! Because, The particles in solids and liquids are already very close to each other.
The particles of bromine diffuse through the air. Diffusion of gases is an evidence for the movement of particles.
Do all the gases diffuse at the same rate?
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