why do gaes discharge at low pressure and high temprature?

Asked by greatnalin | 6th Mar, 2011, 01:29: AM

Expert Answer:

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At  very low pressure, discharge can take place because the molecules being far away from


one another, escape mutual collision and transfer of energy. This happens at normal pressure.
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Answered by  | 6th Mar, 2011, 10:38: AM

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