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**Unformatted text preview: **y Features of a phase diagram { Area: values of P and T where only one phase exists { Line: values of P and T where two phases can exist at one time { Point: values of P and T where three phases can exist at one time Phase Diagrams y Critical Point where the line between liquid and gas phases terminates, above this point the liquid and gas phases are indistinguishable { Critical Temperature: the temperature above which the vapor cannot be distinguished from the liquid { Critical Pressure: the pressure required to liquefy the vapor at the critical temperature { Supercritical Region: P and T above the critical point Phase Diagrams P 1.0 atm solid liquid gas Critical point Triple point Temperature Phase Diagrams Heating Curve Heating Curve y 100 g of ice is initially at -50 o C, how much energy is required to make it steam at 150 o C?...

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