Temperature can be measured using the Celsius and Kelvin scales. Gas pressure increases with temperature. Equations explain the relationship between pressure, temperature and volume in gases.
Which is the most commonly used temperature scale?
What is the lowest temperature possible in the Celsius scale?
In which temperature scale are there no minus numbers?
What is thermal capacity measured in?
For a gas in a sealed container, what else always increases as a result of an increase in temperature?
How can we increase pressure of a gas?
What is Boyle's law?
What is Charles' law?
What is the temperature of a gas proportional to?
Which law describes the effect of changing temperature on the volume of gas at constant pressure?