WHAT IS PRESSURE?howit is formed?

what is pressure?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    Pressure is not formed, it is applied. Push your hands together, you just put pressure on both of your palms. Balloons have pressure because the air inside the balloon is pushing on the plastic lining to get out, creating pressure.

    Pretty much, pressure is when a gas is compressed (or put into a smaller container). It is formed when a gas is forced into a smaller area.

    I’m in highschool and my friend in AP Chemistry started a website and a youtube channel to help guide people through chemistry from the day they walk in to the day they leave the class. He’s pretty good at explaining things and has a great explanation these kinds of problems here :

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    under his “Gases Galore I“ page (He also makes complementary videos posted there in case you don’t like to read haha)

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  • 7 years ago

    Pressure = Force/Area.

    It is the algebraic summation of all forces acting on a area.

    Force may be due to different source, it may be due to weight, or it may be due to rate of change of momentum etc.

  • 7 years ago

    is the force acting perpendicularly per unit area.

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