If the volume of a container of a gas remains…

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  1. Idspro

    Idspro New Member

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    If the volume of a container of a gas remains constant, what will happen to the pressure of a gas if you increase temperature?
     
  2. Asasasas

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    The pressure will begin to increase due to the excitement of molecules that make up the composition of the gas. Heat makes molecules move around a lot faster, therefore causing pressure to increase.
     

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