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Solution: At 25 gallium is a solid with a density of 5.91 g/cm3. Its melting point, 29.8 , is low enough that you can melt it by holding it in your hand . The density of liquid gallium just above the melting po

Problem

At 25 gallium is a solid with a density of 5.91 g/cm3. Its melting point, 29.8 , is low enough that you can melt it by holding it in your hand . The density of liquid gallium just above the melting point is 6.1 g/cm3.

Based on this information, what unusual feature would you expect to find in the phase diagram of gallium?


The figure shows a metal melting in a hand.