What Happens to a Gas When It Is Cooled?

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When gas is cooled, it changes consistency. It becomes like a sludge. It also may lose the strong smell that it typically has, but this depends on what kind of gas it is.
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The gas volume would usually stay the same I think but the pressure would decrease because there is less kinetic energy in the particles.
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Fueling your car is usually simple. However, if you put fuel with the wrong octane in your gas-powered vehicle, you might see problems, but if you put diesel fuel in your gasoline
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Gas molecules that are placed in a cooling sealed flask
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The first thing that will happen, obviously, is that the engine will stop firing. As a result, the car will coast to a stop. How quickly that happens depends on how much engine braking
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