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 What keeps a balloon inflated? The pressure that is exerted by the gas particles on the sides of the balloon.

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2  What keeps a balloon inflated? The pressure that is exerted by the gas particles on the sides of the balloon.

3  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.

4  Yes!!!

5  Temperature of the gas  Volume of the gas

6 Click here to see the simulation.here

7 When you heat a gas in a closed container, its pressure ………….…. increases

8 If volume is decreased, the particles will be in a smaller place. So, they hit the walls………………..So, the gas pressure ……………… more often increases

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10  Yes!!!

11 BBecause of having TOO MUCH SPACE between the particles.

12  Gas turns into the liquid because of having the particles too close to each other.

13  No!! !  Because, The particles in solids and liquids are already very close to each other.

14  The particles of bromine diffuse through the air. Diffusion of gases is an evidence for the movement of particles.

15  Do all the gases diffuse at the same rate?

16 Moecular mass of gas molecules.

17  Click HERE to watch the VIDEO.HERE What end the ring is closer to? - HCl end.

18 NH 4 Cl, the white ring

19 The lower the molecular mass of gas particles, the faster the gas will diffuse.


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