How do you increase a?
This is not entirely true. The mass will only increase with volume if you are adding more to to increase the volume. However, you can increase the volume without increasing mass. An example of this would be heating something. As you heat things the molecules want to move about more, as this happens …they spread further and further apart. This is easiest to observe in when things are in a gaseous state. You can determine how the volume of a gas changes by PV=nRT; where P is pressure, V is volume, n is he number particles, R is constant, and T is the temperature in Kelvin. (MORE)
The temperature increases when pressure increases. This isaccording to the law of pressure. This law mentions that pressureis directly proportional to temperature.
If you're referring to the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation, the speed remains the same regardless of the wavelength. The speed, of course, is the speed of light.
Other things being equal, in a gas, an increase in pressure can be related to: . A decrease in volume . An increase in the amount of gas (the number of moles) . An increase in temperature
Usually, yes. There are some exceptions, like water between 0 and 4 degrees Celsius (that is, just above the freezing point).
There is a direct correlation in as much that the atmosphere absorbs some radiation but it's not as straight forward as that. Firstly the term radiation is not specific and can refer to any wavelength across the electromagnetic spectrum and can also refer to ionising particle radiation. Secondly the…re are other factors at play that effect the amount of radiation of differing sorts penetrating the atmosphere. Solar winds particularly during a period of sunspot activity tend too shield the earth from cosmic radiation. Those same solar winds carry ionising radiation which is usually deflected by the earth's magnetosphere, but will still penetrate the atmosphere to some degree especially when particularly active. Then there is the ozone layer and ionosphere to trap radiation as well. With out going into too much detail just remember the further you go from the earth's surface the less of a barrier there is and if it was not for those barriers you wouldn't be here to ask the question. (MORE)
No. Mass can't be created or destroyed in any system. However much you start out with is how much you end up with. That is called the Law of Conservation of Mass.
Mass of any chemical, in chemistry, is constant, no matter what you do to it.
Because you body is working at a faster rate, so the demand for oxygen is increased. So your heart has to pump faster to get more oxygenated blood to circlulate your body (more specifically the working muscles) and has to distribute the Carbon dioxide from the working muscles to the alveoli to be di…ffused into the blood stream and expired. (MORE)
as temperature increases matter moves quicker and that causes the pressure to increase Another Answer When a molecule absorbs heat, the absorption of an infrared wave causes some of the electrons to increase their distance from the nucleus. This stored energy appears as a swelling of the mol…ecular spheroid. Even though the swelling of any individual molecule is minuscule, the accumulated swelling across the absolute number of molecules in the container increases the pressure on the walls of the container appreciably. This assumes a sealed container with a pressure sensor integrated into the container wall. When talking about gasses, please refer to the Ideal gas equation. PV=nRT, P is pressure, V is volume, n is number of moles, R is ideal gas constant, T is temperature I didn't know about the "Ideal Gas Equation", thanks. Wouldn't know how to implement it now that I do - lol. Just explaining things the way I perceive them. (MORE)
F=ma, or force equals the product of mass and acceleration.Assuming that the mass of the object does not change, thenacceleration increases as force increases.
If the current through a pure metallic conductor causes the temperature of that conductor to rise, then its resistance will increase. A practical example of this is an electric lamp. The cold resistance of a lamp is very much lower than the hot resistance.
it depends on what you mean by "increase" and "decrease." It can actually go both way. the alimony I get can this increase
No, it only increases when the water level increases; it is not a matter of temperature.
Scientists studying the Earth's climate changes have found that increased temperatures lead to increases in water vapor in the atmosphere, which adds to global warming. This means that increases in temperature and water vapor feed each other.
this is because there will be more collisions between atoms and electrons as there is a greater distance to travel. The longer the length of wire, the more collisions. It is like a traffic jam, the longer the road, the loner you are stuck in it for.
The kinetic energy of solvent molecules increases with increasing temperature. As they have greater kinetic energy, they have a greater ability to overcome the forces that hold the solute molecules/ions together. Therefore, they are more easily able to form a solution.
An increase in activity does in fact increase your BMR depending if you increase the activity everyday if it is only for one day then your BMR won't change that much or it won't change at all
Mass doesn't change. Mass is the amount of 'stuff' that an object is made of. That doesn't change. Whether the object is on the earth, on the moon, in orbit, or in outer space, it has the same mass. When an object is in a gravitational field and not falling, it has weight. The more mass it has,… the more it weighs. Really this is being asked backwards. The mass doesn't increase as weight increases; rather as mass increases, the weight increases. Weight is mass in the presence of a gravitational field. In all technicality a bathroom scale measures your mass not your weight. If a scale says that someone "weighs" 200 pounds it means that their mass is 200 pounds. To find their weight, on Earth, you multiply by 32.174 ft/s/s. So the weight is 6,424.8 Slugs. Since the gravitational force is constant everywhere on Earth's surface, the only way to increase weight is to increase mass. (MORE)
Well, let's see . . . I'm pretty sure there's more mass in Lake Michigan than there is in a glass of water. But: If you keep the amount of "stuff" (the 0.3 liters of water in the glass) the same and increase the volume by turning it into gas (just let it evaporate) then the volume is greate…r but the mass is still the same. (There are no new molecules of water, they are just spread out way more in its gas (vapour) form. Mass is like a measurement of how many atoms (or molecules) there are in the glass as in the example in the previous paragraph. When you heat something up it normally increases in volume. But there are no more molecules, they are just moving faster and hitting each other harder. Harder hits create bigger bounces and the molecules travel farther apart making the total volume go up. If you increase the volume by adding more stuff to a glass, well then yes, the mass increases since you have added more molecules. More molecules, more mass. Density = Mass/Volume --> Density is not a constant. When you increase volume, with mass remaining the same, the value of the fraction decreases, meaning density decreases. (MORE)
a. volume b. pressure c. temperature d. some combinations of the above (if you add more gas to the same volume of a container, then the pressure increases etc.)
No, and here is an example why. Suppose the earth could be compressed down to the size a ping pong ball. At this density, the escape speed would exceed the speed of light and therefore be classified as a black hole. But, even at this size and density it would still rotate around the sun (sun doesn't… care how big the earth is) and the moon would still do it's thing because it doesn't care how big the earth is either. The only thing that the sun and moon (and the earth, of course) care about is the mass. However, two objects that have identical volume (size) but different densities will have different masses; the object that has the higher density will have the higher mass (and generate a stronger gravitational field). (MORE)
The slope of the line on a graph of position vs. time is a representation of the speed. When the speed increases, its representation on the graph increases, otherwise it wouldn't be called a "representation". The appearance of a person's hair-do in a photograph is a representation of the leng…th of his hair. If his hair gets longer, then it appears longer in the snapshot. But you wouldn't ask (I hope) ... "Why does his hair get longer when it looks longer in the picture?" (MORE)
not necessarily. on earth for example there is a constant acceleration of 9.8 m/s^2. if you drop an object off a building its speed will increase but the acceleration acting on the object will remain the same I think probably the accelaration of the object will increase from newton's law. V^2 =…U^2 +2as . there will be an increase in the final velocity of the object as well as displacement. (MORE)
"Viscosity" is basically a resistance to flow. Viscosity is inversly proportional to Temperature. For example, high viscous heavy fuel is heated to right temperature to lower its viscosity for proper combustion in diesel engines or boiler.
The answer to this depends on the material from which the resistance is made. For most materials resistance increases with increasing temperature. This is referred to as having a "positive temperature coefficient". Some materials have a negative temperature coefficient; these do have uses in elect…ronics. (MORE)
The air becomes thinner, thus it cannot retain heat as does heavier air. Also air closer to the earth's surface will be affected by the thermal mass of the earth, which retains heat.
because the clouds create a mist that is full of H, which can touch the earths atmosphere. it creates pressure in our ears because the ear wax chemically reacts to the H
The heat produced by the current will increase. More voltage meansmore electricity, which leads to more heat.
No, temperatures generally decrease as latitudes increase. The equator (30Â° to 40Â°C) is 0Â° latitude while the poles (0Â° to -40Â°C) are at 90Â° latitude.
This phenomenon is covered under Charles' Law . Basically, if a gas is contained in a fixed volume, as it IS a gas, there's a fair amout of movement of the gas moelcules. If you reduce the volume, molecules have less room to travel, and so they travel faster (conservation of energy). This speed-up …of molecular motion is what heat is. (MORE)
Yes, it is true for most of the cases. But when heat is evolved after dissolution of a solute (Exothermic process) or solute is a gas then in such cases solubility decreases on increasing temperatures.
It depends on experiment or observations it may increase, 1- kinetic energy of molecules, 2- number of collisions among molecules per unit time, 3- solubility of a substance in water, 4- rate of evaporation of a liquid, 5-rate of a reaction and several other factors.
Temperature is really the measure of kinetic energy, or how quickly individual atoms and molecules are moving, so when the temperature is increased, they move faster and farther apart.
Often. it only increases your metabolism enough to digest the added calories. But, it could very well increase your weight! Not appetite increase your metabolism if you are having light food but Spicy food doesn't just taste great, it actually increases your metabolism too. Black Pepper, Ginger, …Chilli Peppers and Cinnamon all raise your body temperature and help you burn fat faster. (MORE)
Weight is a function of the gravitational interaction between objects. If two objects are interacting (i.e. a person and the earth) and either the mass of the earth or the mass of the person increases then there will be an increase in the weight (gravitational attraction). ~Mass and weight are no…t the same thing...-.- If the mass of an object increases, then the weight does not have to increase, depending on the environment. For example, a person who might weigh 100 pounds on Earth could weigh nothing in outer space. But they still have the same mass. Mass ALMOST completely does NOT change. (MORE)
The formula for reactance in a RL CIRCUIT is X L =2(pi)fL here we can notice that, as inductance increases reactance also increases
It depends on the nature of the load. For inductive loads , the current will fall, because inductive reactance is directly-proportional to frequency. For capacitive loads , the current will increase, because capacitive reactance is inversely-proportional to current. For resistive loads , there… will be very little change in current unless the frequency is changed substantially. This is because, at higher frequencies, the 'a.c. resistance', due to the 'skin effect', will increase. (MORE)
No . The pH is determined only by the concentration of H + ions and OH - ions .
If we increase the voltage by adding extra cells or batteries we give the electrical charges more energy and so, the current flowing around the circuit increases.
No. It may be tempting to assume that the sun warms the outermost atmosphere more because it is closer to this layer. However, we know this is not the case. Anyone that has ever climbed to the peak of a mountain knows that things get colder as they make their ascent. Indeed, it is clearly evident th…at the atmosphere warms from the bottom up, not from the top down. But how is this possible when the sun is closer to the top of the atmosphere? To answer this question you need to know how the greenhouse effect works. Greenhouse warming is the process that heats up planet atmospheres. Without gases like water, carbon dioxide, and methane our planet would be too cold to sustain life. The reason sunlight does not warm the upper portions of the atmosphere is because energy from visible light is barely absorbed by these greenhouse gases. Infrared heat is what greenhouse gasses are notorious for absorbing. Since infrared heat cannot travel through the vacuum of space, the upper atmosphere of our planet is not initially heated as a wave of solar radiation makes its way to our planet. The sunlight must first propagate through the atmosphere all the way to the earth's surface where it is absorbed. After being absorbed at the surface of earth, energy is released as infrared heat. As soon as the energy is emitted from the surface, it is collected in the lower 'greenhouse blanket'. A lesser amount of this energy reaches the upper atmosphere. Hence, the sun is indirectly responsible for warming our atmosphere; it is the surface of earth that actually does the warming. (MORE)
Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction. Chemical reactions become faster when temperature increases. However, if it gets too hot, photosynthesis will stop.
The current is the flow of electrons. Temperature is the movement of atoms. As the current increases there is more collisions between the atoms and the electrons. Some of the energy from the electrons is transferred to the atoms, thus they move faster and so the temperature increases.
If a friend of yours happens to drive through your laboratory at a large fraction of the speed of light, and as he whizzes through, you measure his mass and the rate at which his wristwatch is running, you will find that his mass is larger than you thought, and his watch is running slow. If…, on his way through, he also measures your mass and the rate at which your lab-clock is running, he will similarly find that you have become quite massive, and your clock is running slow. You'll both be correct. Incidentally, if you both measure the speed of the light pouring out of his headlights as he zooms through your lab, you'll both measure the same speed ... the speed of light, 3 x 10 8 meters per second ... even though he's sailing through your lab at maybe 90% of that speed. Sounds crazy, and indeed it is. But it's true, and it's the way things work. That's been verified by thousands of experiments over the past hundred years. If we didn't correct for clocks that run slow when they're moving at high speed, the GPS system wouldn't work. (MORE)
No, viscosity, the property that makes honey, say, flow slower than water, goes up - becomes more thick - as the temperature decreases. A high viscosity liquid like, say, cold molasses, flows very slowly. Its viscosity is high. To make cold molasses flow faster, it is warmed so that its viscosity… goes down. (But the 'runniness' increases) This is a hard term . . . think of viscosity as the ability to resist flowing, or to resist cutting with a knife. BUT . . . and what is confusing is that while viscosity goes down, runniness increases, if that helps, any. (MORE)
all of the prey would have to increase then more carnivores would be able to eat
Definitely not possible. Capacitance is given by an expression C = epsilon x A / d Since charge is not present the capacitance cannot be increased or decreased by the charge placed
Force=mass*acceleration Therefore if force increases so does mass and/or acceleration. In most cases the answer will be acceleration because the mass increase is nearly un-observable.
It depends on what the capacitance is. 1. Capacitors may show a positive temperature coefficient, 2. "N750" ceramic capacitors have a negative coefficient of -750parts per million per degree (ppm/Âº), 3. "NPO" ceramic types have a substantially zero ppm/Âº. Check the Wikipedia entry for "cer…amic capacitor" for more info. (MORE)
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