Generally, as a substance in a sealed container is heated, the pressure will increase. (This is especially true of gases as stated by the combined gas law)
The molecules of a gas move faster when heated so the pressure increases.
The velocity of the atoms/molecules (that the substance is made of) increase.
The movement is accelerated.
The pressure is higher.
Usually they will increase.
Particles move faster when heated. When cold, they move slower.
the molecules move further apart
They will move faster (increase in speed).
Gas expands under heat so the pressure would rise when a sealed gallon can is heated.
When a substance is heated it's volume will increase.
it expands and/or its pressure rises, depending on conditions.
A substance in the solid phase will typically expand when heated. Most substances when heated sufficiently will melt into a liquid, assuming that they do not combust or sublimate.
Both the mass and weight remain unchanged. However; generally; the volume increases due to the thermal expansion of the substance when heated up.
Mostly it decreases because it expands, but it is not universally true.
As temperature increases, particle motion increases proportionally.
The volume will get bigger because the substance will expand.
The average energy is increased by heating.
can be heated at atmospheric pressure
In that case, the pressure increases. Specifically, the pressure will be proportional to the absolute temperature.
Heating lead to an increase of pressure.Cooling lead to a decrease of pressure.
The bonds in between the particles become weakly bonded.
Any substance that absorbs the radiation is heated by it.
It`s pressure rises continual heating will cause it to decompose.
At 58.8 deg C (under normal pressure) is will boil.