anonymous
  • anonymous
What happens to a gas when its temperature decreases? A) gas becomes a plasma B) molecules move more slowly C) energy of the particles increases D) atoms in the gas are destroyed
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think its B but I'm not sure about A... Please help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Temperature and volume vary directly, so if temperature decreases, so does volume. Volume decreases because the measure of the average kinetic energy of the gas particles (temperature) is decreasing also. When that happens, a gas cannot expand, and will decrease.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah so then the molecules would move more slow. So isn't it B?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
oFCOURSE. BECAUSE KINETIC ENERGY DECREASE MOLECULES MOVE SLOW

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