What kind of rock forms when any type of solid rock changes into another type of rock because of increased pressure or temperature?
Those are metamorphic rocks, changed from one type to another by extreme pressure.
Oxygen is a gas at room temperature and room PRESSURE as well...if you increased the pressure it would be in a liquid state but at a very low temperature as well...Because Temperature and pressure are inversely proportional...In other words as pressure goes up temperature goes down at the same rate, (See BOYLES LAW). Also think of ICE, WATER and STEAM...or SOLID, LIQUID and GAS...Pressure is always related when change of temperature is present and visa…
What would happen to the pressure if the volume were reduced to 0.5 and the temperature increased to 260?
The pressure of 250 kPa acting on 15 cubic meters of a gas at a temperature of 100 K is increased to 500 kPa and the volume is increased to 30 cubic meters?
Use the ideal gas equation to solve this. PV= nRT. You will have to convert your pressure to atmosphere to use the constant R = 0.0821 L*ATM/mol*K. You know your initial pressure, volume, and temperature. Moles can be neglected (n) because they will stay the same. You also know your final pressure and final volume, so you can solve for final temperature.
A liquid boils at a temperature at which its vapor pressure becomes equal to the pressure above its surface. Since you have increased the pressure to higher than normal atmospheric pressure, the water will not boil at 100oC, this is because the vapor pressure of the water at 100oC is now lower than the atmospheric pressure above the water's surface. In order for the water to boil its vapor pressure must be increased to at…
Assuming volume remains constant (which is very likely since the tyre is inflated), the pressure of the air in the tyre increases. This is because when temperature increases, the gas molecules inside the tyre collide more vigorously and more frequently with the walls of the tyre, hence increasing pressure. (Refer to pressure law)
The pressure is affected by an increase in temperature, because with the temperature increases the particles gain more kinetic energy, therefore the particles begin to move faster. This results in the particles hitting one another, and the sides of its container more often. When this occurs, the pressure begins to increase because the particles are moving much faster.
As temperature increases pressure of the gas increases because when temperature increases the gas expands results in increase in pressure. Temperature,pressure and volume are so related with gas As volume increases pressure of gas decreases, As pressure increases the temperature of the gas increases, As temperature increases pressure increases,
When a gas is kept in a closed rigid container if the temperature of the gas is increased what happens to its pressure on the container?
Does rock buried at depth have a much lower melting temperature than rock of the same composition but under normal pressures?
It doesn't, pressure of a gas decreases as temperature decreases. Pressure is directly proportional to the absolute temperature. Pressure of gas decreases when temperature decreases because the decrease in temperature causes a decreases in the kinetic energy of the molecules. This decreases in KE causes a decrease in collisions between the molecules which results in a decline in the pressure.
The basic things that affect reaction rate are: Temperature - as temperature goes up, reaction rate goes up. This is a result of the fact that temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of the particles of a substance. Increase the temperature, and you increase how fast their particles are moving and colliding with each other, which better facilitates a chemical reaction. Pressure - under increased pressure, reaction rate also goes up. This makes…
At constant temperature, increasing pressure will decrease volume, and decreasing pressure will increase volume. Increasing volume will decrease pressure, and decreasing volume will increase pressure. This is because there is an inverse relationship between pressure and volume at constant temperature.
The outermost layer, the crust, has the lowest average temperature, because pressure and temperature generally increase with increasing depth into the planet. The outermost layer, the crust, has the lowest average temperature, because pressure and temperature generally increase with increasing depth into the planet.
Why the volume of the given gas is inversly proportional to the pressure and directly proportional to tenmperature?
In a closed container, you can decrease volume by increasing the pressure. So if you have a gas in a container and crush the container smaller, the volume decreases because the pressure increased. For temperature, as you increase T the molecules move around more and create a larger volume. Conversely, if you decrease the temperature, they slow down and condense, eventually forming a liquid.
Things like pressure and temperature can harm deep sea divers. The pressure is GREATLY increased while going deeper under water. The temperature is also a lot colder so the suit regulates temperature. An Oxygen tank is also used... obviously this is the breath. Because the wet suits keep their body from succumbing to freezing temperatures of the deep ocean.
The volume of a gas at 99.0 kPa is 400 mL If the pressure is increased to 188 kPa what is the new volume?
What is STP is used when discussing gases because gases are so easily affected by temperature and pressure?
It does not change if you maintain constant pressure and temperature. Most liquids expand a small amount when heated or if the pressure is reduced. So for example liquid at room temperature in a glass with an open top (no pressure changes) will occupy the same volume if you pour it into another container with a totally different shape because you didn't change the temperature (you didn't heat or cool it) and you didn't change…