because the rubber and the air expand .
cool Actually, when there is warm air, like in a balloon it will expand. When you go outside, the balloon will shrink if it is cold outside. When you go back into the warm indoors, the balloon will go back to its normal size.
Warm air rises....and when it rises it becomes cooler. ...If the pressure of surrounding air is reduced then the rising air parcel will expand. The molecules are doing work as they expand . This will affect the parcel's temperature.
The air will warm, expand and rise.
Water expands at the equator because it is warm there, and warm molecules expand. Warm molecules expand and cold molecules decrease in size.
yes, as the particles of air are heated, it moves more rapidly, which causes it to expand
things expand in warm weather. *example-in the summer the sidewalks expand thats why there are cracks .
Liquids and gasses tend to expand when heated, this lowers the density, thus warm "air" rises and cool air falls.
Heating causes the air inside the balloon to expand. Some of the warm air leaves through the bottom opening of the balloon, keeping the pressure constant.
Warm air rises because it is less dense than colder air. As gases get warmer they expand that the molecules become farther apart causing it to become less dense and therefore, lighter per unit squared, this is why it rises.
I would say that it is more down to physics than geography: Everything warm tries to expand, when it can't expand, it builds up pressure inside. So: the warmer the air, the higher the air pressure.
You are wrong. Thunder is the noise made when the lightning causes the air to heat up and expand suddenly. When this explodes we hear the sound we call thunder.
The cold air pushes under the warm air.
No. A warm front is the boundary between a warm air mass and a cold air mass where the warm air mass is advancing.
Warm water causes the yeast to rise, or expand.
Because the particles
I pushes the warm air upwards.
Warm air. The humidity present in warm air makes it heavier.
The warm air rises
Warm air is less dense, which means it is lighter. Cold air will displace warm air causing warm air to rise.