Phase Eq

Phase Eq - Phase Equilibria Question 1 (1 point) 1-20....

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Phase Equilibria Question 1 (1 point) 1-20. Below is the phase diagram for phenol, which has two solid phases, S I and S II , both more dense than the liquid. The transition S I → S II is exothermic. For questions 1-6 and 11-20 use: (1) vapour or gas (2) liquid (3) solid S I (4) solid S II 1. Which phase is stable in region A? a. vapour or gas b. liquid c. solid S I d. solid S II Question 2 (1 point) 2. Which phase is stable in region D? a. vapour or gas b. liquid c. solid S I d. solid S II Question 3 (1 point) 3. Which phases are stable at 61 atm and 64 °C? a. vapour or gas b. liquid c. solid S I d. solid S II Question 4 (1 point) 4. Which phases are in equilibrium at 2000 atm and 64 °C? a. vapour or gas b. liquid c. solid S I d. solid S II Question 5 (1 point) 5. Which phases are in equilibrium at 3 10 -3 atm and 40 °C? a. vapour or gas b. liquid c. solid S I d. solid S II
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Question 6 (1 point) 6. Which phase is the most dense? a.
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