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If temperature increases, then pressure increases. Temperature measures the average speed of particles, so if the temperature is high, then the particles are moving quickly and are colliding with other particles more forcefully. Pressure is defined as the force and number of collisions the particles have with the wall of its container. So if the high temperature causes the particles to move quickly, they are going to collide more often with the container, increasing the pressure. This remains true as long as the number of moles (n) remains constant.



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How is the melting point of a substance defined?

= temperature at which (all of) a (pure) substance is melting: going from solid into liquid phase.



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What would cause kinetic energy to increase?

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What is going to happen to the polar bears when the temperature increases?

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The energy is used to maintain the temperature at the boiling point.


What factors affect the resistance of material to the flow of energy?

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Why doesn't the temperature of a substance change when it undergoes a phase change?

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During a change of state why doesn't the temperature of a substance change.?

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What is unique about temperature on a phase change?

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