The molecules of a gas move faster when heated so the pressure increases.
The pressure is higher.
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.
Heating lead to an increase of pressure.Cooling lead to a decrease of pressure.
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)
In that case, the pressure increases. Specifically, the pressure will be proportional to the absolute temperature.
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.
The pressure of a gas increases because the volume of the gas increases when it is heated (Boyle's Law)
The speed of the gas particles will increase as they are heated. That is why the pressure in a container increases. The particles are hitting the walls of the container with more force as they are heated.
The gas will expand as it is heated.
the gas expands and exerts more pressure on the sides of the cylinder. Basically, the pressure goes up due to a temperature increase.
Gas expands with heat to the pressure inside the balloon will increase
There will be a high pressure explosion...within the evaporated gas from the liquid and the heat..
When heated the molecules are moving faster, so they bump more often against the container wall (or against each other) and that's just what pressure is!
Any gas will expand when heated, assuming you keep pressure constant.
They move faster and collide more often and with more strength, increasing pressure.
The liquid inside a can becomes gas when a can is heated.
Like any other gas, air expands when it is heated. As the heat rises and the air spreads out, pressure decreases. this because pressure is the amount of force exerted on a specific area. Therefore, as gas spreads, it pushes less and over a larger area. so.... when heated by the sun, air pressure would technically decrease
If the question is "How IS gas affected when it is heated":When gas is heated, it's volume increases (it expands).If the gas is contained within a chamber, the pressure will increase instead.
Regarding only gases for the moment ... If the gas is heated while its volume remains constant, then its pressure increases.
The viscosity increases
The gas molecules receive energy and start to vibrate. The pressure within the container increases. The container could explode.
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