The gas will expand as it is heated.
the gas evaporates
The liquid inside a can becomes gas when a can is heated.
The molecules of a gas move faster when heated so the pressure increases.
If the gas is compressed into the cylinder, yes. However if the gas is already pre-compressed (to the point of liquefaction) and simply decanted into the cylinder, there will be little to no heating of the receptacle cylinder.
they turn into gas
It moves Faster.
The viscosity increases
when gas molecules are heated they move upward since heat is less dense
When a noble gas is heated, its molecules move faster (this is the same as saying that the gas heats up).
when molocules are heated up they start to move faster and faster and the gas spreads around the room
Whatever the kind of gas, it will always expand when heated in the same amount.
When a gas is heated at a constant rate, the volume will also increase at a constant rate.
When a liquid is heated it would turn into a gas which also means evaporating.
Boils and turns to a gas
It turns directly to a gas
It usually happens when the liquid is heated. Then it is evaporated and turns into gas.
Heating will cause the gas to expand; or, if the container does not permit expansion, for the pressure of the gas to increase. Other changes to the gas depend on which gas is being heated.
What happens to bromine gas in a sealed tube when it is cooled and later heatedAnswer:When bromine is cooled and then heated in a sealed container, the bromine juice starts evolving in a gaseous state. It then becomes a gas i.e. bromine gas which is red-brown in color
Gas expands under heat so the pressure would rise when a sealed gallon can is heated.
it expands and/or its pressure rises, depending on conditions.
In a closed system the entropy is constant.
The pressure is higher.