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Factors affecting the behavior of Smells
Matter: Takes up space, has a mass, is present in three or more physical claims namely shades, liquids & gases; consisting of particles. Sturdy: have fixed shape, fixed volume.
Liquid: takes form of part of pot below liquid level. Zero fixed form, has set volume, flow easily. Gas: when gathered into boats occupies most space inside vessel, requires shape of container, no fixed shape or volume.
Arrangement of particles in hues, liquids & gases
•Attractive force among particles best in stable. Particles will be close together& arranged in a fixed routine. •Weaker attractive force in liquids than solids. Allergens not as close as in solid but even more closer as compared to gas. Particles loosely loaded, have flexibility of shifting. •In gas particles aren't closely jam-packed or organised arranged. Desirable force in particles very weak. May move openly & at random at diverse speeds. •Because interparticle ranges in gas particles are extremely high, it might be compressed quickly. •When in a container, moving gas substances collide with wall of container hence exerting pressure on the wall structure in every way. When rate of collision molecules on wall increases, pressure applied by gas increases. When ever collisions reduce, pressure exerted decreases. •Factors affecting behavior of gas: temperature, pressure, volume, sum of substance.
Behaviour of gas when 2 elements are transformed at a time keeping others constant
Variation of temperature Versus Pressure of fixed sum of gas of continuous Volume ACTIVITY:
Heat the test tube with Bunsen burner keeping the stopper away from the physique. Stopper will be thrown out coming from test tube due to boost of pressure inside. Thus, pressure of gas boosts when temperatures is elevated. •When temperatures of gas is improved, speed of gas molecules is increased. Thus, no . of collisions of gas molecules every unit period per unit area can be increased. Therefore, pressure too increases....