Horvath Practice Problems 141

Horvath Practice Problems 141 - 3 Is there a way to go from...

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The single value of temperature and pressure in which all three phases can co-exist. The critical point The termination of the gas-liquid line. Group Work 1. How would the slope of the solid liquid line for the phase diagram for water compare to the generic one shown in the handout. 2. Suggest a way to go from a liquid to a gas without boiling.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Is there a way to go from a solid to a liquid without melting? Homework Reading : Kotz and Treichel, 13.6 (skim), 13.7 (skim), 13.8 (skim), 13.9, 13. 10 Problems : Chapter 13: 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 140 PHASE DIAGRAMS...
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