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Unformatted text preview: s/last?dep= 7733236 5/9 10/20/13 EFB20 ( 813) Phase Diag r ams 5. 18/18 points | P re v ious A nswe rs Consider t he phase diagram of subst anc e Q shown below. Q is a gas Q is a solid Q is a liquid at point X at point Y at point Z T he normal boiling point (t o t he nearest 50o) of Q is 480 T he normal melt ing point (t o t he nearest 50o) of Q is 200 Q is a solid oC oC at room c ondit ions. T he vapor pressure of Q at 420 oC t o t he nearest 0.1 at m is .9 at m When Q is heat ed at point A, it melt s When a pressure is applied t o Q at point A it melt s 6. 14/14 points | P re v ious A nswe rs We rtzM 7.P .019. Consider t he phase diagram of subst anc e Q shown below, t hen c omplet e t he f ollowing st at ement s. www.webassig n.net/web/Student/Assig nment- Responses/last?dep= 7733236 6/9 10/20/13 EFB20 ( 813) Phase Diag r ams (a) T he c rit ic al t emperat ure of Q is about 600 (b) T he c rit ic al pressure of Q is about 7 °C. at m. (c ) T he t emperat ure of t he t riple point is about 200 (d) T he pressure at t he t riple point is about 2 °C. at m. (e) When Q is heat ed at point A, it melt s. (f ) When pres...
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