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What two phases does melting concern?
a) solid and liquid b) liquid and gas c) solid and gas d) plasma and liquid
The normal boiling point is the temperature at which its vapor is _________ atm
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3
What are the three areas on the phase diagram for?
a) metals, nonmetals, and metalloids b) rock, paper, and scissors c) solids, water, and gas d) solid, liquid, and gas
What is the substance that is above the temperature and pressure of the critical point called?
a) Triple fluid b) Critical fluid c) Super Critical fluid d) Equilibrium fluid
What is the point at which gas and liquid are indistinguishable from each other?
a) Critical point b) Triple point c) Super Critical point d) Equilibrium point
What is the phase change from a gas to a solid?
a) Freezing b) Deposition c) Sublimation d) Evaporation
What is the point at which all phases can exist in equilibrium?
a) Critical point b) Equilibrium point c) Super Critical point d) Triple point
What is the phase change from gas to liquid called?
a) Condensation b) Melting c) Evaporation d) Deposition
What is the phase change from liquid to solid called?
a) Sublimation b) Melting c) Freezing d) Condensation
What two phases does sublimation concern?
a) gas and liquid b) solid and gas c) solid and liquid d) gas and plasma
What is between the solids and gasses on the phase diagram?
a) Water b) Super critical fluid c) Liquid d) Plasma
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