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Lab Report 3 Dry 3 Liquid and Solid (cont.) Mason Bell Part 1: Phase Changes Introduction The objective of this experiment was to observe the role temperature plays during phase changes. I began by pouring ice into a calorimeter filled with room temperature water and observed the temperature change. Then, I heated up the ice sample until the water began to boil. Finally, I created a scatter plot with the data I collected.Results Data Table Mass of ice (g) Temperature at Boiling (°C) Pressure at Boiling (torr) 23.4534 100.26 767 torr Figure Discussion For the current pressure, the only phase present is a dynamic equilibrium between water and ice. However, if you were to increase the pressure, you could reach a liquid phase since water is denser than ice. Conversely, if you decrease the pressure, you would be able to change the phase of H2O into a gas. It isn’t possible at precisely zero degrees Celsius, but if you increased the temperature

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