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# When the Kelvin temperature of an enclosed gas doubles the particles of the gas?

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### When the Kelvin temperature of an enclosed gas doubles the particles of the gas .?

Temperature is proportional to energy and energy of gas particles is related to their velocity via E= 1/2mv2. So if the temperature doubles then the velocity of the individual particles increases by (4dE/m)1/2 =v

### When the Kelvin temperature of an enclosed gas doubles the particles of the gas move faster?

Yes. The particles move faster, causing pressure to increase. In fact, the Ideal Gas Law, PV = NkT, states that, all other things being equal, if you double the temperature, you must also double the pressure.

### When the Kelvin temperature of an enclosed gas doubles what do the particles of the gas do?

Temperature is proportional to energy and energy of gas particles is related to their velocity via E= 1/2mv2. So if the temperature doubles then the velocity of the individual particles increases by (4dE/m)1/2 =v

### Which property of an objects particles is temperature?

Temperature is a physical property measured in Kelvin degrees or Celsius degrees.

### How does temperature happen?

Temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of the particles in a substance. Temperature in Kelvin is proportional to kinetic energy of particles. Heat on the other hand depends on the amount of substance present.

### What is the measurement of how fast particles move in a substance?

It is measured as the thermodynamic temperature - the temp on the Kelvin scale.

### The kilopascal is to pressure as the Kelvin scale is to the average energy of what?

They were looking for the word "temperature".

### The temperature scale defined so that temperature of a substance is directly proportional to the average kinetic energy of particles and so that zero on the scale corresponds to zero kinetic energy?

This is the thermodinamic scale (Kelvin scale).

### Which temperature is always larger an objects's Celsius temperature or its kelvin temperature?

Kelvin. Kelvin (K) = oC + 273.15

### What is the opposite of kelvin temperature?

There is no such thing as an opposite to Kelvin temperature.There is no such thing as an opposite to Kelvin temperature.There is no such thing as an opposite to Kelvin temperature.There is no such thing as an opposite to Kelvin temperature.

### What temperature is always larger kelvin or celsius?

It is the Kelvin temperature! :)