answersLogoWhite
notificationBell

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2013-02-21 02:58:39

It affects pressure, not volume.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions


Within the troposphere temperature decreases with increasing altitude.


because you are breaking apart either the dipole bond or hydrogen bond molecules within the substance


The temperature increases with increasing depth within Earth's crust.


Photosynthesis consists of two stages: a series of light-dependent reactions that are temperature independent and a series of temperature-dependent reactions that are light independent. The rate of the first series, called the light reaction, can be increased by increasing light intensity (within certain limits) but not by increasing temperature. In the second series, called the dark reaction, the rate can be increased by increasing temperature (within certain limits) but not by increasing light intensity.


Photosynthesis consists of two stages: a series of light-dependent reactions that are temperature independent and a series of temperature-dependent reactions that are light independent. The rate of the first series, called the light reaction, can be increased by increasing light intensity (within certain limits) but not by increasing temperature. In the second series, called the dark reaction, the rate can be increased by increasing temperature (within certain limits) but not by increasing light intensity.


The effect of temperature on volume is variable, depending on if you are talking about gases or liquids, and within liquids, it is also variable depending on which liquid. So, for gases, as the temperature decreases, the volume will decrease also, as long as the pressure remains constant. For most liquids, as the temperature decreases, the volume also decreases, but with water, as the temperature decreases, the volume increases (ice occupies more volume than does liquid water).


True. Temperature and pressure both increase with increasing depth within the Earth.


Any type of gas when compressed does increase in temperature beacuse of an increase in particle movement within a smaller and smaller space thus increasing the kinetic energy and increasing temperature. So yes it does.


Temperature and precipitation are the main abiotic factors that influence the distribution of biomes and the organisms within them.


Possible effects of temperature on soccer ball. 1. Raising temperature will increase the pressure within the ball making the ball more rigid. This ball should rebound off of the foot more readily. [With a higher speed!] 2. Raising air temperature will tend to dry out the air. Dry air would tend to generate less air friction. 3. Increasing air temperature would increase the volume of the air within the ball. If the ball has a greater volume it will have to push more air out of the way, thus increasing the frictional force acting on the ball. 4. If the volume of the ball increases, its buoyancy would also increase giving the ball more "lift".


Water vapor is a gas and as such its mass (molecules) is distributed within a very large volume. If mass is kept constant, density decreases with increasing volume.


The temperature changes within the stratosphere with increasing distance from the earth. The temperature increases with altitude, reaching a maximum of about 2 degrees Celsius This is unlike the troposphere, where the temperature decreases with increasing altitude. The heating is caused by the ozone layerbecause as it absorbs solar radiation, the heat around the ozone layer charges the particles in the upper stratosphere as it releases some energy, increasing its temperature. This is also simply known as conduction. Unlike the troposphere, the stratosphere is generally stable, and the warmer air does not cool down and fall like how it does in the troposphere.


When a substance is heated, its particles begin moving and become active thus maintaining a greater average separation. Materials which contract with increasing temperature are rare; this effect is limited in size, and only occurs within limited temperature ranges. The degree of expansion divided by the change in temperature is called the material's coefficient of thermal expansion and generally varies with temperature.


An ionic defect involves the migration of the ions within a crystal. It can affect the density and volume of the crystals.


ya ,air tempr ll affect the soil tempr It is not quite that simple. Yes, air temperature will affect soil, but the type of soil and surface above it will play a big role. As temperature increases, it also impacts the movement of water within the soil via evaporation.


Density = mass / volume, so to change density you need to change the mass within a fixed volume or the volume of a fixed mass. Increasing the mass or decreasing the volume will increase the pressure by a linear degree, so no, the density of a gas is very easy to change. E.G.: Decreasing the volume by 1.0% will increase the density by 1.1%. Increasing the mass by 1.0% will increase the density by 1.0%.


you can shrink the spaces within the molecules of liquid by increasing the temperature (freezing it ) or adding pressure.



Charles's Law (for Jacques Charles, 1746-1823) states that the volume of a gas increases with an increase in temperature. (This applies where a gas is maintained at a set pressure. Otherwise, within a confined volume, increased temperature increases pressure, as under Boyle's Law, volume and pressure are inversely proportional.)


Using the equation P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2 we find there are two variables we might influence in order to change the pressure of a gas. (P=pressure, V=volume, T=temperature in degrees Kelvin) By increasing or decreasing the temperature of the bottle, you can increase or decrease the pressure within. If the bottle is made of a flexible material, like plastic, you can apply pressure to the bottle. By either squeezing the bottle or increasing atmospheric pressure outside, you deform the bottle and decrease it's volume. Since the quantity of gas inside the bottle is constant, the decrease in volume increases the pressure. Likewise to decrease the pressure in a sealed flexible bottle, you can decrease air pressure outside.


The gas volume become constant when the pressure is increased to a point that makes the distance between the gas molecules equal to zero at this point no more increase of temperature with pressure is observed. Or if the pressure and temperature are kept constant within a system then the volume can also be constant as long as you are able to maintain the pressure and temperature at constant level.


Boyle's law describes the inversely proportional relationship between the absolute pressure and volume of a gas, if the temperature is kept constant within a closed system.


When air particles are compressed, the density is increased. There is more pressure within a region or within a container. There are more molecules in a given volume, and this can cause the air to heat up. - The pressure of the air increases, as does its temperature, as its volume decreases.


A fixed volume is a volume that does not change under a given range of temperature and pressure. . A fixed volume can refer to a container, as in a steel propane tank. The volume of the container is fixed - it does not change, regardless of how much propane gas is pumped into it, or escapes from it. By contrast, a container like a balloon does change it's volume as gas (air or helium) is added to it or taken from it. . A fixed volume can also refer to an object or substance. A block of wood does not change volume within a given temperature or pressure range. By contrast, the volume of liquid alcohol changes with temperature over the same range of temperatures, and is thus not a fixed volume.


Within a single period of the periodic table, atomic volume usually declines slightly from column 1 through column 17, and decreases slightly from left to right within the rows of lanthanide and actinide elements, then goes up considerably in column 18. Within a single column of the periodic table, atomic volume usually goes up with increasing atomic number.