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it becomes slate
It could recrystallize and form marble, under specific conditions of heat and pressure.
It will start to smell. The volume will increase.
The transmission will fail.
With With enough heat and pressure, granite will become gneiss so long as it is not hot enough to melt the granite.
You get brake fluid that will cause tooth decay
When pressure is put on the sides of a plate, an earthquake might form!
If you put pressure on ice it will melt.
The car will not move when you put it in gear.
The less dense fluid will float on top on the more dense fluid.
The duration of Put 'Em Under Pressure - TV series - is 1800.0 seconds.
I guess it depends on whether it's sealed or not.If it's open to the atmosphere how can it be under pressure ?If it's sealed it could be put under (positive or negative) pressure so would be, by definition, a pressure vessel IMHO.
If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
If you only put a very small amount then it will do no harm. If your put more than a small amount it will destroy the pump.
It makes Gneiss and that is metamorphic. It can also make many other metamorphic rocks.
Put 'Em Under Pressure - TV series - was created on 2011-09-18.
It will Probably EXPLODE!!
Its going to tear up the engine
nothing happens to the temperature,but if you put the water under pressure the boiling point will greatly increase