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Hello humans of the planet Earth. I am Globnar from the planet Globnars, yes everyone on that planet is named Globnar. I have come to teach you a little lesson on my way back home about Gasses and Acids and Bases.
Depending on your elevation the pressure of the air also increases or decreases. Pressure is the number of times that the gas molecules hit the wall of the container that they are in. The lower you are the more the pressure it because you are closer to the surface along with gravity being stronger so it pulls the molecules downward.
Gas is all around us, in our house, in the outdoors, and even in our bodies. Gas is always expanding to fill up the container that it is in. When one type of gas meets with another type of gas, they like to mix very quickly.
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Pertaining to gasses there are 5 main laws: Boyle's law, Charles law, Gay-Lussic law, combined gas law, and Dalton's gas law. Now I'm not going to bore you with the equations of all the laws just the first one. But first you must know what each of the variables stand for: P stands for pressure and V stands for volume. The equation is P1*V1=P2*V2 and it is used to find the missing volume or pressure.
Before I launch into space I also want to teach you a little more about gas. Pressure is measured with a barometer and pressure and volume are inversely proportional. This means that when the pressure of gas increase, then the volume will decrease. Also standard temperature is 0 degrees Celsius and standard pressure is 1 atm or atmosphere.
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