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In terms of kinetic theory explain why tyre should not be over inflated

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    A tyre should not be over- inflated because the air or gas which is being pumped into it will result into a high pressure within the rubber. As a result of this the high pressure in the tyre will become stretched and eventually cracks the side of the tyre. If the pressure is increased the tyre might eventually burst.

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    A tyre shouldn't be over-inflated because,the inflation of a tyre results in the increase in air molecules or gas molecules.this thereby result to an increase in coliision of the molecules and also pressure in the tyre tube.the pressure increase will eventually lead to the tyre getting burst when stretched.

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    A tyre shouldn't be over inflated because from the kinetic theory of gases,we'll observe that the cohesions of the gas molecules are partially elastic and too much of gas inflated could lead to too much pressure on the body surface which could in turn burst or tear.

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    Why a tyre should'nt be over-inflated is that when the air has been pumped in,thd molecules will start to increase in size,thereby hiting the walls of its container,with these actions the tyre get bursted.

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    why a tyre shouldn't be inflated because the inflation of tyre cause increase in air molecules,so the tyre will increase in collision of the air molecules and the pressure increase will make the to burst when over strectched.

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    A tyre should not be overinflated is that when air is pumped into the tyre molecules,it will start getting bigger in size there by affecting the walls of its container,and with this,the tyre will get bursted.

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    A tyre should not be over inflated because the air which is being pumped in it will result into a high pressure with the tyre and the tyre may burst or tear.

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    A tyre should not be over-inflated according to the kinetic theory because the collision of the gas molecules are perfectly elastic. Hence when the pressure of the air or gas being inflated into the tyre is extremely great or high that the volume of the tyre tube can no longer contain, it enlarges to a certain point when it tears or bursts.

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