Horvath Practice Problems 140

Horvath Practice Problems 140 - crossing the line from gas...

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35 PHASE DIAGRAMS The phase change behavior of a substance can be expressed conveniently with a pressure versus temperature graph called aphased iagram . ∗∗∗ HANDOUT ∗∗∗ The lines on the phase diagrams represent the precise temper- atures and pressures where an equilibrium between two phases occurs. The solid—liquid line : crossing the line from solid to liquid represents melting crossing the line from liquid to solid represents freezing The gas—liquid line
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Unformatted text preview: crossing the line from gas to liquid represents condensa-tion crossing the line from liquid to gas represents boiling The solidgas line : crossing the line from solid to gas represents sublimation crossing the line from gas to solid represents deposition There are two special points on the phase diagram. The triple point The point where the solid-liquid line, solid-gas line and gas-liquid line converge. PHASE DIAGRAMS 139...
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