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Yes.Crack a can of beer, hissss escaping gas.
and polarised the gas,
Quote from: Thebox on 14/02/2018 13:44:01 and polarised the gas, What do you think the word "polarised" means today?It would probably be best if you can cite some sort of dictionary,r rather than making up nonsense.
PHYSICScause (something) to acquire polarity.
In before he tries to argue that electrons are somehow analogous to this box of charged gas and therefore should expand...
, if we had a low pressure of gas inside the box and did magic , would the low pressure become high pressure because the gas would expand?
expanding in length
Quote from: Thebox on 14/02/2018 18:03:50 expanding in length Electrons don't have length.Will you please try to frame your questions so that they are in the realms of science.
Ok, if I had a magic box that contains electrons, would these electrons pressure the box by expanding in length apart?
say expand in length between the electrons.
"If you had a box full of electrons, would they exert an outward force on the walls of the box?"
Quote from: Bored chemist on 14/02/2018 20:56:32"If you had a box full of electrons, would they exert an outward force on the walls of the box?"That is what I said......
For a start I guess we assume that the box is made of some magic stuff that electrons bounce off.For a perfectly insulating box the answer is yes.
It depends.The "electron in a 1 dimensional box" model is quite commonly used as an example while teaching quantum mechanics.and the "real life example" of it is a box which is inside the electrons.Yes, I wrote that the right way round.