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Interpret the following phase diagram for a hypothetical substance, using the letters in black to identify the various features of the diagram.
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(a) A represents the --Select---
--Select--- phase.
phase, B represents the ---Select--- v phase, and C represents the
(b) The phases are separated by lines representing where the phases are in equilibrium with each other. The line between regions A and B represents the ---Select---
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v transition. The line
v transition. The line between regions A and C represents the ---Select---
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(c) The ---Select---
v corresponds to the temperature and pressure at which all three phases are in equilibrium with one another.
(d) The critical point occurs at the critical ---Select---
, and marks the end of the line that separates the gas and liquid phases. If the pressure and temperature exceed the values at this
where the gas and liquid phases are indistinguishable.
point, the substance becomes
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