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Unformatted text preview: n.net/web/Student/Assig nment- Responses/last?dep= 7733236 1/9 10/20/13 EFB20 ( 813) Phase Diag r ams 2. 5/5 points | P re v ious A nswe rs Chec k all of t he f ollowing st at ement s whic h are t rue. (Y ou may need t o c onsult Sec t ion 7.6 in t he t ext book.) Y ou should c hec k anywhere f rom one t o f ive boxes. T he vapor pressure of a liquid is a linear f unc t ion of t emperat ure. T he amount of heat required t o c onvert a liquid t o a gas at a given t emperat ure is c alled t he heat of f usion. T he opposit e of sublimat ion is deposit ion. None of t hese st at ement s are t rue. Mat erials wit h higher boiling point s t end t o also have higher vapor pressures. T he boiling point of a liquid inc reases as t he pressure inc reases. 3. 16/16 points | P re v ious A nswe rs Use t he f ollowing diagram of t he vapor pressures of CCl4 and H2O as a f unc t ion of t emperat ure t o det ermine t he st at es of CCl4 and H2O at t he f ollowing c ondit ions. Use L = liquid and G = gas. www.webassig n.net/web/Student/Assig nment- Responses/last?dep= 7733236 2/9...
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