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If there is attraction, air compressed tightly inside the container would not rush out when valve is open because all molecules would stuck with one another inside the container.
would not rush out when valve is open because all molecules would stuck with one another inside the container.
When temperature is reduced significantly to a point below zero temperature, air molecules constrict their force field, due to lessen energy level, to elbow (attract?) one another and solidify, like ice, But when temperature is normalized at atmospheric temperature, ice liquefies and evaporates.
You are wrong. Your illustration about the million basketballs bouncing as you open the door is wrong. You seem to forget that every free gaseous molecule has a force field, in normal atmospheric temperature.. Don’t you know that such force field of molecule expands, constrict.
Inside the air hydraulic lift, an air molecule could be 1,000 times up constrict/compressed than in open atmosphere. If the size of air molecule is the size of basketball in open atmosphere, inside the hydraulic lift, the size of compressed air molecule could be the size of a mongo.
But air molecule, once released from air hydraulic lift, expands ITSELF, AND REPULSE ONE ANOTHER MOLECULES, RE-THEIR FORCE FIELDS REPULSE ONE ANOTHER. THEY DO NOT ATTRACT NOR BIND IN NORMAL ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE.
I do not need to elaborate about your concept of kinetic energy…speed of basketball? What causes the speed of basketball? Again we go back….
Have to complete: What causes the speed of basketball? As the ball is bounced, the real bouncing is done inside the basketball:. the molecules are bouncing. And this causes the speed of basketball. What do you think, make sense?