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Answered 2010-03-09 00:44:02

Fluid is a wide range word, it may be related to very different products as: asphalt, Mercury, alcohol or water, and the raising of temperature will affect more or less(different rates) expanding the fluid, if fluid is placed in a closed recipient, the pressure will be increased

in an open recipient the pressure will be the same...

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