Answer: THe larger the area the less pressure. The smaller the area the more pressure. THink of someone stepping on your foot, first with tennis shoes then with a spiky high heel. WHich would hurt more?
Answer: The tighter any given volume the more pressure and vice versa. Lookat it it like this: Lets say the volume is increased. This issaying molecules have farther to go and they impact the containerwalls less often per unit time. This means the pressure will beless because there are less molecule impacts per unit time.
Answer: when pressure is incresed the fraction between molecules also increases. and as in P1V1/T1=P2V2/T2 (P=Pressure, T=Temp, V=Volume) when P increases and V is the same then T should increase to balance the equation.
What brain area registers touch temperature pain and pressure?
Answer: You have separate sensors for each aspect - except pain. (And separate nerves for each sensor) Pain is NOT a sensation, it is a synthesis generated in the brain from the sum of all input signals.
Answer: no but penetrating the skull is not comfortable
~There are no pain sensors in most of the brain tissue itself, so your brain generally cannot feel pain; however, blood vessels and their supporting tissue that penetrate the brain, certain specific areas of the brain (e.g. the periaqueductal gray) and the surrounding tissues do have these pain sensors, which is why they do use anesthesia!
Answer: No, the kidneys are up higher in the back.
The vast majority if the time pain in the area you describe is from the muscles in the back. Occasionally other problems with abdominal organs can go there so if the pain is that bad you would be best to see your doctor.
Answer: Used to Charge air conditioner - as ambient temperature increases gas pressure also increases. So when charging a/c systems, chart is referenced to make sure that proper amount of refrigerant is used
Answer: yes temperature and pressure have to be the same for a thermodynamic equilibrum to occur.this is because for thermodynamic equilibrum to occur,a system must satisfiy the condititon for all the relevant type of equilibrum.where temperature and pressure are there...secoundly,from the word thermodynamics,thermo deals with heat and dynamics deals with movement refered to as mechnics.so heat deals with temperature difference i e thermal equilibrum.and mechanicalwork deals with pressure.so for thermodynamic equilibrum both heat and temperature must be in equilibrum. sir idris