What is the reason for the gas pressure on the bottom and walls of the vessel?

Gas pressure is due to the chaotic (thermal) movement of molecules: gas molecules collide with the walls of the vessel. The extremely frequent impacts of molecules against the wall manifest themselves as continuous gas pressure.

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