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 by adding gas, you increase the number of gas particles, thus increasing the number of collisions, which explains why the gas pressure increases as long as the gas temperature does not change, doubling the number of gas particles doubles the pressure letting air out of a tire decreases the pressure inside the tire the fewer particles inside exert less pressure halving the number of gas particles in a given volume decreases the pressure by half when a sealed container of gas under pressure is opened, gas inside moves from the region of higher pressure to the region of lower pressure outside raising the pressure exerted by a contained gas by reducing its volume increases gas pressure the more the gas is compressed, the greater is the pressure it exerts inside the container reducing the volume of a contained gas by half doubles the pressure increasing the volume of the contained gas halves the pressure by doubling the volume, you halfve the gas pressure because the same number of gas particles occupy a volume twice the original size raising temperature of an enclosed gas can increase gas pressure the _____ and _____ of gas particles increase as the gas particles absorb thermal energy speed, kinetic energy the faster-moving paricles impact the walls of their container with more energy, exerting greater pressure if the average kinetic energy of a gas doubles, the Kelvin temperature doubles and the pressure of the enclosed gas also doubles a gas in a sealed container may thus generate _______ when heated enormous pressure as the temperature of an enclosed gas decreases, the particles move more slowly and have less kinetic energy halving the Kelvin temperature of a gas in a rigid container decreases the gas pressure by half