The pressure of an enclosed gas can be experienced all over the inner surface of the container. Give reason.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 19th May, 2016, 03:37: PM
The pressure of an enclosed gas can be experienced all over the inner surface of the container because gases exert pressure in all directions. This pressure is due to collision of the particles against the walls of the container.
Answered by | 19th May, 2016, 05:37: PM
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