The air we breathe is made up of a mixture of gases. Discover the invisible forces of gas at work around us.
- The air we breathe is made up of gases including nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide.
- The pressure, volume and temperature of gases are interconnected.
- An increase in temperature can increase the pressure and volume of a gas.
- The pressure of a gas is affected by the number of molecules in a volume.
The air we breathe is made up of gases, such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide.
Although we can't feel them, particles of these gases are constantly moving and hitting our bodies, applying a tiny amount of force to our skin.
This is called pressure.
Compressed into this diving cylinder is enough ...
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