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So if heat rises, what does gas do?? Just askin'?

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Hi Jacked,

It depends upon the gas and it's density relative to our atmosphere.  Some gases are "heavy" and sink.  Others, like helium, are less dense and "rise."

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It depends on the gas - some gasses are heavier than the air around them, like Carbon Dioxide which would settle at floor level. Others like hydrogen, neon, freon are lighter and rise
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:umno:

i hate gasses.
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If it's less dense than air it rises, if it's more dense it sinks, if its around the same density it tends to linger.

I don't know, is that what you're lookin' for?
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the gas molecules will move with increasing speeds as temperature goes up- the gas becomes less dense as the molecules move further apart from each other...
the gas will therefore expand in volume and rise
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