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    all the answers are based on the assumption that during any change in phase temperature is held constant , which is visible from graph 1-- when heat content is decreased , then its freezing because molecules come together 2-- when heat content is increased , then its melting , its like giving heat to molecules and separation among them increases 3-- at further higher temperature when heat content is reduced its condensation 4-- and when heat content is increased at higher temperature its vaporisation or sometimes steam formation (there is a minor difference ) so its C

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