By putting on a wool jumper, a person's body temperature may increase less than a degree to two or three degrees. A person's average body temperature would increase because the heat that usually escapes from the body is being captured by the wool of the jumper.
putting it on the stove for A+ ITS INCREASING ENERGY
by exactly 4 degrees Celsius
There would be an increase
it would increase
Temperature and diffusion are directly proportional. An increase in temperature would result to an increase in the rate of diffusion.
Increasing the temperature would shift the equilibrium to the right and increase the amount of product.
No, if the gas is in a rigid container how would the volume increase? The pressure would increase with rises in temperature.
it would increase earths temperature
It would increase.
Increase in temperature cause the particles to move faster, which in turn would increase the number of collisions. If the volume did not change and the temperature increased, the pressure would also increase.
An increase in temperature.
Increase the temperature of the solution.
Decreasing temperature would not increase the rate at which a solid dissolves
Temperature would increase
would molarity increase, decrease, or stay the same if the room temperature increased by 5 degrees centigrade
It would increase in volume. According to Charles' Law, as you increase temperature the volume will increase as well. So if you would put it in a freezer, it would shrink because as you decrease temperature, you decrease volume.
According to the combined gas law, volume and temperature are directly related. Therefore, if temperature increased, volume would also increase.
Temperature can increase pressure of gas in a container ,
An increase in temperature means there is an increase in energy present, which naturally, would speed up a chemical reaction.
There would be a theoretical increase but it would be far too small to measure.
The answer depends on the temperature of what. An increase of 6 degrees C in the body temperature would, in most cases, prove to be very serious. A similar increase in the temperature of the sun would go unnoticed. An increase of that magnitude in the average surface temperature on earth is likely to be catastrophic for human beings though not all life forms.
This is because the cells would be moving faster with the heat. The higher the temperature, the faster this process will go.