Gas or vapor is matter in its simplest from,
It has no standard structure or comforting norm.
The individual molecules of a gas do have mass,
Although they’re hard to measure, moving extremely fast.
The hotter the gas, the faster these molecules move around,
Attracted to new molecules to which they're soon be bound.
Gas, including our air, has no clear boundaries or property lines.
Gravity’s force prevents air from flying into the great
Gas can be useful when it is into a container compressed,
Molecules are now colliding with a newfound zest.
The gas is also exerting a pressure on the container’s
This force is what keeps your tires properly inflated I’ll
Many gases can be converted to very useful energy,
Propane and butane(4) are two examples
you’ll often see.
But the properties of gas can be put to many other uses,
Like airships, hot air balloons, refrigerators and all things
Temperature, stability, and ease of compression,
Are things that put gas’s use in the proper direction.
4: Propane and Butane-These gases are named based on certain properties such as boiling and freezing points,
molecular structure and compression flexibility.