as we know that energy is associated with matter i.e. energy cannot be present without matter but matter can be without energy. as we go up in atmosphere density decreases mass also decreases due to which most of the energy escapes
CO2 is a greenhouse gas, meaning that as atmospheric levels of it rise, the temperature should gradually increase. This has, in fact, been observed.
Both have increased gradually over the past 150 years.
Primitive plants such as giant ferns and horsetails died and sank to the bottom of the swamps where they grew about 300 million years ago. In the anaerobic conditions there they did not completely rot away, but were gradually buried deeper and deeper. The effects of heat and temperature gradually transformed them into coal.
Isobars are lines of areas with similar air pressure, with the areas in between the lines gradually leading up to the next line. Isotherms are lines of areas with similar temperature.
Carbon dioxide levels have not fallen. They have been gradually increasing for the past 250 years when man began burning fossil fuels and cutting down trees. Since 1980 CO2 levels have increased more rapidly than ever before.
it is because when cold wind from the poles blow it's temperature gradually decreases whereas, when the hot wind or westerlies from the equator blows temperature of the place gradually rises.
Generally speaking, temperature decreases with altitude up to about 10km, then gradually incrases again peaking at around 50km, then falls off again until about 90km, then starts increasing again.
Ozone absorbs more ultraviolet radiation than does air in the troposphere. As a result, the stratosphere is heated, and air gradually increases in temperature to the top of the layer, called the startopause.
Air doesn't necessarily cool as it moves up, generally hotter air is lighter and so moves upward. However in the atmosphere the pressure gradually decreases with altitude, pressure and temperature are state functions and change according to one another. Generally if the pressure decreases (as it does with altitude) the temperature too, decreases.
Gradually increasing in speed, to be performed with increasing speed
Increasing the temperature increases the rate of an enzymeÊcontrol reaction up to a certainÊ optimum level, where further increase causesÊ the rate of reaction to fall sharply. This is because enzymesÊhave optimum temperatures on which they work well, andÊ they are denatured when their optimum temperatures are exceeded.
I gradually increased the temperature in the house. The plane gradually decreased it's altitude towards the runway.
Mass of hydrogen
The advantages of a 30 year mortgage interest rate are that you have a fixed repayment amount each month over the life of the loan making it easier to budget. With wages gradually increasing each year "during good economic times" the proportion of your wages going towards repayments gradually decreases.
The temperature gradually dropped as winter slowly approaches.
It will gradually drop to below 10 degrees.