7.6-8.5 - Higher vapor pressure @ particular T? CCl4 gas,...

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1 Temperature ( o C) CCl 4 H 2 O Higher vapor pressure @ particular T? Section 7.6 CCl 4 both in liquid phase both in gas phase CCl 4 gas, H 2 O liquid 77 Vapor Pressure CCl 4 H 2 O Higher normal (@ 1 atm) BP? 1 atm Section 7.6 Gas phase Liquid phase 100 H 2 O Temperature ( o C) Vapor Pressure CCl 4 H 2 O Stronger intermolecular forces? Section 7.6 Gas phase Liquid phase Which one stays a liquid longer? H 2 O Temperature ( o C) What letter combination goes together? 1. A, D, F 2. B, D, F 3. A, D, E 4. B, C, F P A B Gas phase Liquid phase T C D E) CH 3 CH 2 OH F) CH 3 OCH 3 Solid Changes of State Gas Section 7.6 E in E out Potential Energy Heat of Sublimation H sub = amount of heat required to sublime a substance at a given temperature Temperature Phase Diagrams Section 7.6 Anywhere on Purple line, solid and gas are in equilibrium 0.15 atm -39 o C Sublimation-Deposition
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2 Temperature Phase Diagrams Triple point Section 7.6 Triple Point Everything at one time. Solid, Liquid and Gas Co-exist
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Bigham during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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