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Q: Raising the temperature of gas will increase its pressure if the volume of the gas does what
A: It might indicate a leak.
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User: Raising the temperature of gas will increase its pressure if the volume of the gas does what

Weegy: It might indicate a leak.
Expert answered|Malisa0421|Points 55|Rating * (+11 -8)

User: Raising the temperature of gas will increase its pressure if the volume of the gas does what with the particles

Weegy: Volume The Volume variable is represented by the symbol V. It seems like this variable should either be very easy to work with or nonexistent. Remember, according to the Kinetic Molecular Theory, the volume of the gas particles is set at zero. [ Therefore, the volume term V seems like it should be zero. In this case, that is not true. The volume being referred to here is the volume of the container, not the volume of the gas particles. The actual variable used to describe a gas should be the amount of volume available for the particles to move around in. In other words Since the Kinetic Molecular Theory states that the volume of the gas particles is zero, then the equation simplifies. As a result, the amount of available space for the gas particles to move around in is approximately equal to the size of the container. Thus, as stated before, the variable V is the volume of the container. ]
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