Asked Apr 29, 2019

True or false

"Substances cannot change phase without high temperatures and low pressure."


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Step 1

Phase changes don’t require high temperature and low pressure necessarily. If the temperature is decreased, solid phase is formed. If the pressure is increased, solid phase can be obtained.

Step 2

Similarly, if the temperature is sufficiently decreased, gas phase can be obtained ...

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