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Draw the phase diagram of a pure substnace
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Sketch the phase diagram of a pure substnace from the follwoing data. (A log P scale may help). There are two solid forms X and Y, which are both denser than the liquid, and Y is denser than X. The X form melts at 281 K under its own vapor pressure of 15 kPa. The normal boiling point of the liquid is 425 K. Liquid, X, and Y are all in equilibrium at 342 K and 1800 bar. Tc = 571K, Pc= 46 bar




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