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A typical phase change diagram is shown below. What are the correct names of the numbered arrows?

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    1 – solid, 2 – liquid, 3 – vapor, 4 – gas 1 – freezing, 2 – melting, 3 – condensation, 4 - vaporization 1 – melting, 2 – freezing, 3 – vaporization, 4 – condensation 1 – gas, 2 – vapor, 3 – liquid, 4 – solid

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    @aaronq

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    hiiii @aaronq!!

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    Hey dude! so to read this diagram you need to look at the temperature, the phase transition occurs when energy is transferred (absorbed or released) without a change in temp. Here they just want to you to recognize this, as well as know the names for the transitions. Take water for example, it freezes/melts at 0 celsius and vaporizes/condenses at 100 celsius.|dw:1434730415541:dw|

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    Let me know if you have you have doubts on this

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    nope, this all makes sense :)

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    awesome!

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