Chemistry: Principles and Practice
Chemistry: Principles and Practice
3rd Edition
ISBN: 9780534420123
Author: Daniel L. Reger, Scott R. Goode, David W. Ball, Edward Mercer
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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ow, use the stove to increase or decrease the temperature of the container at 1 atm and then find the state in which the substance exists at the given conditions.

You can also refer to the standard states as given in the right-hand side by clicking on the buttons named "Solid," "Liquid," or "Gas" under the panel named "Change State."

The following table shows the chemical symbols for the molecules:
Molecule Symbol
Neon Ne
Argon Ar
Oxygen O2
Water H2O

H20 at 120 K, 390K
o2 at 60 K, 150K
Ar at 32 K , 60 K
Ne at 26 K and 40 K

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