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What happens to the particles of a gas when heated?
When you heat a gas, both its vapor pressure and the volume it occupies increase. The individual gas particles become more energetic and the temperature of the gas increases. At high temperatures, the gas turns into a plasma. Herein, what happens to particles when they are heated?
What happens when a gas is heated at constant volume?
If the gas is heated at constant volume the density of the gas stays the same but the mean square speed of the molecules increases so the pressure must increase.
What happens when air is heated?
When air is heated it either increases in volume, increases in pressure or both, depending on the conditions. Air is composed of several different gases, most notably nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide, but the particular gas involved does not matter.
What happens to pressure and temperature when gas is compressed?
When a gas is compressed, It increase the pressure since the volume of gas is decreased according to the gas laws, which increases the randomness of the gas molecules which start to collide more frequently and hence the temperature rises. Thus, due to compressing gas both pressure and temperature increases.