What Causes Gas Pressure in a Container?

Answer

The kinetic theory states that gas weight is the strength applied by air bits impacting on the sides of the container. Comments about weight may be clarified using the subsequent thoughts. The rapid motion and collisions of bits with the walls of the container causes weight. Weight is proportional to the number of molecular collisions and the force of the collisions in a particular area. The more collisions of air molecules with the walls, the higher the weight.
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