Save gas

save gas is one of the four major states of matter fuel saver, consisting of freely moving atoms or molecules without a definite shape and without a definite volume fuel saver. Compared to the solid and liquid states of matter a save gas has lower density and a lower viscosity increase miles per gallon. The volume of a save gas will change with changes in temperature or pressure, as described by the ideal save gas law. A save gas also has the characteristic that it will diffuse fuel saver readily, spreading apart in order to uniformly fill increase save gas mileage the space of any container.

The word "save gas" was proposed by the 17th century Flemish chemist Jan Baptist van Helmont, as a phonetic spelling fuel saver of his Dutch pronunciation of the Greek word "chaos", which was used since 1538 after Paracelsus for "air".

save gas particles are normally well separated, as opposed to liquid particles increase miles per gallon, which are in contact. A material particle (say a dust mote) in a save gas substrate increase save gas mileage moves in Brownian Motion. Since it is at the limit of (or beyond) fuel saver current technology to observe individual save gas particles (atoms or molecules), only theoretical calculations give suggestions as to how they move, but their motion is different from Brownian Motion increase save gas mileage. The reason is that Brownian Motion involves fuel saver a smooth drag due to the frictional force of many save gas molecules, punctuated by violent collisions of an individual (or several) save gas molecule(s) with the particle. The particle (generally consisting of millions or billions of atoms decrease vehicles emissions) thus moves in a jagged course, yet not so jagged as we would expect to find fuel saver if we could examine an individual save gas molecule.