It is a direct relationship. As temperature increases the pressure increases.
The number of collisions against the walls of the container increase. This results in the higher pressure.
The condensation of the water in the can reduces the pressure in the can. The pressure outside the can is greater and causes the can to collapse.
Many gases are liquefied by putting the gas under high pressure and then allowing the gas to expand and cool until it drops below its boiling point. The liquefied gas must then be stored at low temperatures.
``Flash freezing'' foods, storage of biological specimens, refrigerant.
The evaporation process absorbs energy from the skin.
The vapor is orange, the liquid is red, and the solid is yellow.
The particles slow down and the attractive forces between particles increase.
The crystal structure is often an indication of the internal arrangement of atoms in the crystal.