In a compressor, the air is strongly compressed, what happens to the air molecules?

In the compressor, air is in a gaseous state. And as you know, any gas easily changes its shape and volume. Any substance is made up of molecules. Only in different states of aggregation the distance between molecules is different. In the gaseous state, the distance between molecules is greatest. When air is compressed in a compressor, these distances change and the volume becomes smaller.

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