Other things being equal, in a gas, an increase in pressure can be related to: .
A decrease in volume .
An increase in the amount of gas (the number of moles) .
An increase… in temperature ( Full Answer )
not necessarily. on earth for example there is a constant acceleration of 9.8 m/s^2. if you drop an object off a building its speed will increase but the acceleration acting o…n the object will remain the same I think probably the accelaration of the object will increase from newton's law. V^2 =U^2 +2as . there will be an increase in the final velocity of the object as well as displacement. ( Full Answer )
"Viscosity" is basically a resistance to flow. Viscosity is inversly proportional to Temperature. For example, high viscous heavy fuel is heated to right temperature to lower …its viscosity for proper combustion in diesel engines or boiler. ( Full Answer )
The answer to this depends on the material from which the resistance is made. For most materials resistance increases with increasing temperature. This is referred to as havi…ng a "positive temperature coefficient". Some materials have a negative temperature coefficient; these do have uses in electronics. ( Full Answer )
This phenomenon is covered under Charles' Law . Basically, if a gas is contained in a fixed volume, as it IS a gas, there's a fair amout of movement of the gas moelcules. If …you reduce the volume, molecules have less room to travel, and so they travel faster (conservation of energy). This speed-up of molecular motion is what heat is. ( Full Answer )
Often. it only increases your metabolism enough to digest the added calories. But, it could very well increase your weight! Not appetite increase your metabolism if you are… having light food but Spicy food doesn't just taste great, it actually increases your metabolism too. Black Pepper, Ginger, Chilli Peppers and Cinnamon all raise your body temperature and help you burn fat faster. ( Full Answer )
Weight is a function of the gravitational interaction between objects. If two objects are interacting (i.e. a person and the earth) and either the mass of the earth or the mas…s of the person increases then there will be an increase in the weight (gravitational attraction). ~Mass and weight are not the same thing...-.- If the mass of an object increases, then the weight does not have to increase, depending on the environment. For example, a person who might weigh 100 pounds on Earth could weigh nothing in outer space. But they still have the same mass. Mass ALMOST completely does NOT change. ( Full Answer )