the container suffocates thus making it suck in on itself
It diffuses equally throughout the container so that the concentration of that gas is equal throughout it as long as the lid is on.
Assuming you haven't put any more gas in the container, the pressure will go down. Usually, the reason the volume of the container gets larger is that you put more gas in the container and the gas pressure in the container seeks to equalize with the pressure outside it.
You can put petrol (UK spelling) into a diesel container (can) provided the container is empty. It is best not to, though, in case you later empty the petrol into a diesel vehicle's tank by mistake - which could happen if the container happens to be marked diesel on the outside of the container.
The volume of the gas also shrinks with the container.
The gas expand to occupy the volume of the container.
If you put gas into a container with a lid , The awnser is : It will move around or circulate , Because of the walls it is trapped in.
the gas condenses to become liquid in the solid container
PV=nRT would suggest that the pressure would increase
The gas particles will spread out to encompass the entire volume of the container. The particles are constantly in motion and will run into the walls of the container creating pressure (basically). If heated, the particles will move faster, and slower if cooled.
It expands (escapes).
the gas starts to bubble up (boil) and when you put cold gases in it it startes to cool down the gas starts to bubble up (boil) and when you put cold gases in it it startes to cool down
When you release it into the larger container the pressure reduces from the previous amount so the gas can completely fill the larger container.
The gas molecules receive kinetic energy and start to vibrate
The gas expands which means they move faster but if its in a container the container may blow
the gas leaks out
The pressure increases if the container gets smaller or the gas heats up. The pressure decreases if the container gets bigger or the gas cools off.
It goes up.
what happens is that the heat gets trapped in the container and it turns foggy
I think you meant what happens to the gas particles when the temperature decreases. If the volume of gas is constant(eg in a fixed container), the pressure of the gas will decrease. If the gas is in a container with a variable volume(eg. balloon), the volume of gas will decrease.
Go to a nearby gas station and add gas, or if you cant move you can use a gas container and just put the gasoline in the container and pay normally telling the cashier that you have the gasoline in the container.
Yes you can
pressure will increase
The pressure increases.