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EmmaCahoon

  • one year ago

The boiling point of the crystalline mass is 50 degrees Celsius. 200 degrees Celsius. 300 degrees Celsius. 400 degrees Celsius.

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  1. EmmaCahoon
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    Well, the graph usually levels out at each phase so at 50 C it's probably at a liquid state, then at 200 it starts to change to a gas also known as the boiling point. So, 200?

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    Okay, that makes sense. Thank you so much.(:

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    No problem.

  5. Shane_B
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    You may also want to review this: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/thermo/phase.html

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