Gas can be measured either by what?
I have no idea. Call a scientist or something I have no idea. Call a scientist or something
neither as liquids are not measured in either of those units. gas is measured in litres or gallons
either. depends on your method.
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Gas can be measured by volume (in litres), by mass (in grams/kilograms etc or, in chemistry a mole).
It is Measured in Volume as Cubic Feet
if you are referring to the gas you buy at gas stations, it is measured in litres. if the sign out front says 95.7, that means it is 95.7 cents per litre.
Capacity isn't a unit at all. It's a characteristic, or a property of an item, which can be measured in whatever suitable unit. Capacity of batteries is measured in amp hours. Capacity of a gas tank can come in either liters or gallons.
The property of gas particles that is measured by temperature is the average kinetic energy. This energy will increase as a gas becomes warmer or the temperature increases.
Answer Gas, as well as everything in the universe has density, though some densities are either too high or too low to be detected, observed or measured by the human eye nor the technological gadgetry designed and used by scientists for that specific purpose.
In Canada its measured in litres but some places are different.
weight or volume
Gas is not measured in feet.
The volume of gases is measured with gas-meters.
The volume of a gas is totally dependent on the container it is in, gas fills its container completely by its particles spreading out. The volume of the container is the same as volume of the gas inside the container. gasses are most commonly measured in SI units (Liters, mililiters, .....).
by the liter.
because it is a gas
it can be measured if you have a freze power and froze time and then you can get a ruler and measure it over and out docter phillpe
Not usually. Gas is usually measured by volume.
When using the R constant 0.0821, pressure is measured in atmospheres, volume is measured in liters, number is measured in moles and temperature is measured in Kelvin.
Usually such distances are measured either in light-years, or in parsecs.
Matter can be measured in either grams or kilograms or a combination of both.
None. Gas is not measured in square metres.
weight and volume
with gas tubes and a gauge thingy
ATM "atmospheric pressure"
In science mol/L
either mass or weight. ^.^
Items measured in Milliliter include: Perfume Bottles Toothpaste Milkshakes (or small milk cartons) Juice Water bottles Gas in gas tanks Medicine
Mass can either be measured in grams, kilograms, pounds But the SI unit of mass is kilograms
A soccer field may be measured in either meters or yards.
Either. It depends on the amount of liquid to be measured and the precision required.
As the Pressure of the gas being measured increases the height of the fluid in the Manometer Tube increases. The reverse is also true. The graduations of the Manometer Tube gives you a reading of the Gas Pressure being measured.
Heat is measured in joules and the heat is aka kinetic energy.
Yes. The amount of gas is determined by its pressure, volume, and temperature. The equation is: PV = nRT where: P = pressure, measured in pascals (the SI derived unit of pressure) V = volume n = amount of substance of gas (moles) R = universal gas constant T = temperature
All earthquakes are measured on either the Richter scale or the Mercalli scale.
You need a lot of gas to do this, but you start by weighing an empty cylinder. You then put a measured quantity of gas in the cylinder and weigh it again.
Molecules of a gas, like molecules of any substance, take up a certain amount of space. So gas molecules can be measured by volume which is the distance (length, width, height) that the molecules occupy. How tightly they are packed together in a container is measured by pressure. Knowing both values will tell you how much of a gas is present.
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Yes, all gases have measured densties.
A method is gas chromatography.
It is convenient to take a liter as volume und measure the mass of the gas.
Because the same amount of gas will always weigh the same while the volume will vary with pressure.
The volume of the gas tank of a car is measured in litres (L) or Gallons (Gal).
This gas is radon - 1037 kJ/mol; the value for Uuo cannot be measured.
Angles are measured either in degrees or in radians.
Energy, no matter what the source, is measured in either: joules, kilojoules, foot-pounds, btu's, ergs, etc.
Normally, gas is measured by volume units. It can be either cubic meters (m^3) or cubic feet (ft^3) or any other volume unit. No mater what is the volume unit, this volume contains a heating value. This heating value is expressed in kWh. You can ask your local gas company how many kWh does a m^3 (or ft^3) of your gas contains. It depends on the type of gas that is distributed in your area.
True. The amount of gas is determined by its pressure, volume, and temperature. The equation is: PV = nRT where: P = pressure, measured in pascals (the SI derived unit of pressure) V = volume n = amount of substance of gas (moles) R = universal gas constant T = temperature
Geiger counters have gas in them that does not normally conduct electricity. When ionizing radiation passes into a Geiger counter, it makes the gas conductive, and the conductivity can be measured, indicating that the radiation is present. Gamma rays, which have no charge, can be measured by interacting with lead or steel in a Geiger counter, putting electrons into the gas.