# How is the temperature of gas molecules affected by pressure or vise versa?

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by jhester1

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2016-02-06T23:32:39+08:00

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The gas law states that for a fixed gas mass, at constant volume, the pressure varies directly to the absolute temperature.

Therefore, as pressure increases the temperature of gas also increases.  As pressure decreases, the temperature also decreases.

As temperature of gas increases, the pressure also increases.  As temperature decreases, the pressure also decreases.
2016-02-06T23:55:55+08:00

the pressure of gas molecules is affected by change in temperature. when temperature is increased the pressure exerted by gas will also increase and if the temperature is decreased the pressure will also decrease this means that the relationship of temperature and pressure is directly proportional