Asked in Oceans and Seas
Oceans and Seas
Why is pressure higher at a depth of 10 meters in the ocean than it is at a depth of 150 kilometers in the atmosphere?
Asked in Physics
How deep in water is 10atm of pressure?
Every 10 meters deep, the pressure increases by one atmosphere, approximately. Therefore, at 90 meters depth you would have, approximately, a pressure of 10 atm. (that is absolute pressure). Every 10 meters deep, the pressure increases by one atmosphere, approximately. Therefore, at 90 meters depth you would have, approximately, a pressure of 10 atm. (that is absolute pressure). Every 10 meters deep, the pressure increases by one atmosphere, approximately. Therefore, at 90 meters depth you would have, approximately, a pressure of 10 atm. (that is...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Chemistry
Where are most of the gas molecules found in the atmosphere?
The higher you go above the surface of the earth, the lower the air pressure is, and consequently the less gas molecules your will find within a given volume. Most of the gas molecules in the atmosphere are found below an altitude of 3 kilometers (3000 meters) above sea level. ...
Asked in School Subjects
A tank with a flat bottom is filled with water to a height of 3 5 meters what is the pressure at any point of the tank?
well for every 10 meters you go down, the pressure increases by 1 atmosphere. (atmosphere being a unit for pressure as my marine teacher says.) ...
How many metres in 300 kilometres?
1 kilometer = 1,000 meters 2 kilometers = 2,000 meters 3 kilometers = 3,000 meters . . 10 kilometers = 10,000 meters 20 kilometers = 20,000 meters 30 kilometers = 30,000 meters . . 100 kilometers = 100,000 meters 200 kilometers = 200,000 meters 300 kilometers = 300,000 meters ...
How many meters is 2.5 kilometers and how many meters is 5 kilometers?
there are 2,500 meters in 2.5 kilometers and 5,000 meters in 5 kilometers. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
What will be the volume of a cylinder at one atmosphere if it occupies a nitrogen gas of volume 6 cubic meter at a pressure of 150 newton per sqmeter?
Your question makes little sense. If a cylinder holds 6 cubic meters of nitrogen at one atmosphere pressure the volume of the cylinder is 6 cubic meters. However as 150 newtons per squsre meter = 150 Pascals = 0.001480384754 atmospheres, if you took 6 cubic meters of nitrogen at this pressure and then increased the pressure to 1 atmosphere the volue would shrink (because the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure) from 6 cubic meters to 0.008882308524 cubic meters. ...
Asked in Length and Distance
If something is .045 meters what will be the kilometers?
There are 0000450 kilometers in 0.045 meters. 0.045 meters x 0.001 kilometers/1 meters = .0000450 kilometers 1 meter = 0.001 kilometers ...
How many meters are equal to 81.2 kilometers?
Your 81.2 kilometers can be converted to meters by realizing that there are 1,000 meters in a kilometer. That makes 81.2 kilometers equal to 81,200 meters. As there are 1,000 meters in 1 kilometer, to convert kilometers to meters, multiply the number of kilometers by 1,000 to get your answer in meters. ...