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2012-01-20 02:02:19
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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.

The Quantity of the gas and, the Temperature of that gas.

→PV=nRT where P is the pressure, V the volume, n the amount of substance and T the

This pressure depends on the volume of the enclosed 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.

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temperature, amount of gas, and volume PV=nRT

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Some factors are:- temperature- pressure- molecular size- concentration

amount of gas, temperature, and volume.Further answerI would add pressure to that.

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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.

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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

Reducing the volume will increase the pressure of the gas.

Increasing the pressure the volume of a gas decrease.

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