The factors that affect the particles, and thus pressure, of an enclosed gas are it's temperature, it's volume and the number of particles.
→PV=nRT where P is the pressure, V the volume, n the amount of substance and T the
The Quantity of the gas and, the Temperature of that gas.
There are two factors that affect gas pressure. These factors are temperature and volume. Higher volume means lower pressure. Higher temperature means higher pressure.
This pressure depends on the volume of the enclosed gas.
There are four factors that affect gas pressure. The ideal gas law enumerates them: Pressure = number of gas molecules * constant describing the particular gas's behavior * temperature of the gas / volume in which the gas is confined
temperature and volume
when you push down the pressure is higher
A manometer is an instrument that can be used to measure the pressure in an enclosed container that is filled with gas. The manometer is sometimes called a pressure gauge.
The factors that affect gas exchange in humans include the amount of gases in the atmosphere. It also includes temperature, atmospheric pressure and ion concentrations.
You cannot stretch a gas. If you extend the volume in which some gas is enclosed you are working against the difference in between the external atmospheric pressure and the internal pressure of the gas. As you increase the enclosed volume, the pressure inside there falls and you have to work harder.
temperature, amount of gas, and volume PV=nRT
temperature, pressure, atomic number, nature of bond
It goes up.
It doesn't change
number of particles
The factors are: -The volume that the air takes up (the greater the volume the less the pressure) -The amount/number of molecules of air (the more gas the higher the pressure) -The temperature (the higher the temperature the higher the pressure) and that's it lol
At high pressure the gas become a liquid.
The pressure depends on the temperature and volume. The volume only depends on the capacity of the container. A gas takes all it can get.
For an enclosed gas (contained in a fixed volume), the pressure increases as temperature increases.Another way to picture this is that at higher temperatures, the gas molecules colliding with the walls of the container are more energetic, so the force exerted (pressure) is greater.
Yes. The process of turning gas to liquid is called condensation. ============== Two factors affect the state of a gas -- pressure and temperature. In most cases, increasing pressure and/or reducing the gas temperature will cause a gas to turn into a liquid.
Temperature, volume and the amount of gas. See the Related Questions regarding the Ideal Gas Law, which says how pressure, volume, temperature and the amount of gas are related (PV = nRT).
The mass of the gass, the volume of the container holding the gas, and the temperature of the gass. If you have a container of gas, the greater the mass of the gas, the more molecules there are in the container, and this leads to greater pressure. If you have a fixed mass of gas, changing the volume of the container holding the gas will cause the pressure to change. Increasing the volume of the container decreases the pressure. Decreasing the volume of the container increases the pressure. If you increase the temperature of a gas without changing its mass or volume, pressure increases.