The pressure of a gas results from
the sum of the volumes of the particles being larger than the container volume.
gas particles colliding with each other.
gas particles colliding with the container walls.
Answer: gas particles colliding with the walls cause pressure as they are flying about. Tes they do collide with each other, but this is not the cause of the pressure. The other option does not make much sense since the particles are so minute.
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