Explain how many phases and components are present

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A saturated solution of Na2SO4, with excess of the solid, is present at equilibrium with its vapour in a closed vessel.

(a) How many phases and components are present.

(b) What is the variance (the number of degrees of freedom) of the system? Identify the independent variables.

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