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Solution: The table below lists the density of O2 at various temperatures and at 1 atm. The normal melting point of O2 is 54 K. Temperature (K) Density (mol/L)

Problem
The table below lists the density of O2 at various temperatures and at 1 atm. The normal melting point of O2 is 54 K.

Temperature (K) Density (mol/L)
60 40.1
70 38.6
80 37.2
90 35.6
100 0.123
120 0.102
140 0.087

Over what temperature range is O2 a liquid?