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What happens to a solid whose vapour pressure reaches 760 mm Hg at temperatures which are lower than the triple point?

(a) it melts

(b) it sublimes

(c) it burns

(d) it evaporates

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  • Solid-Gas Equlibrium
  • Only those solids sublime whose vapour pressure reaches 760 mm Hg at temperatures which are lower than their triple point and consequently these substances evaporate at 1 atmospheric pressure without even melting

 

answered Nov 13, 2013 by mosymeow_1
 

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