Refer to the following phase diagram (not to scale!) for fluorine : At a press

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Jun 9th, 2015

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flourine being at gaseous state at room temperature will follow the graph AB as it will neither be a solid nor a liquid

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Jun 9th, 2015

This is the question thats just the graph 

Refer to the following phase diagram (not to scale!) for oxygen:
[img src="http://cxp.cengage.com/contentservice/assets/T=1432830397183/owms01h/mediaarchives/GenChem/Image/phaseO2b_T.gif">
A sample of oxygen at a pressure of 1.50E-3 atm and a temperature of 53.4 K is compressed at constant temperature to a pressure of 53.8 atm. Which of the following are true?

Choose all that apply

The final state of the substance is a solid.

The sample is initially a solid.

The liquid initially present will vaporize.

No phase change will occur.

The sample is initially a gas.


Jun 9th, 2015

This is the question thats just the graph 

Refer to the following phase diagram (not to scale!) for oxygen:
[img src="http://cxp.cengage.com/contentservice/assets/T=1432830397183/owms01h/mediaarchives/GenChem/Image/phaseO2b_T.gif">
A sample of oxygen at a pressure of 1.50E-3 atm and a temperature of 53.4 K is compressed at constant temperature to a pressure of 53.8 atm. Which of the following are true?

Choose all that apply

The final state of the substance is a solid.

The sample is initially a solid.

The liquid initially present will vaporize.

No phase change will occur.

The sample is initially a gas.


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