Why does the conductivity of a gas increase when it is heated?

When the gas is heated, the kinetic energy of the chaotic motion of its molecules increases. As a result, a larger number of molecules are formed, the velocity modulus of which is large enough. When such molecules collide with other molecules, they decay into ions and electrons.

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