In this problem, we are asked to match the given statement to the appropriate term.
Match the following statement to the appropriate term.
This is a temperature at which the liquid vapor pressure is equal to the external pressure on the liquid.
At this temperature bubbles of vapor form within a liquid.
This process corresponds to a direct change from the gaseous state to the solid state.
This temperature is affected by changes in atmospheric pressure.
This process takes place when a liquid changes to a vapor.
In this process, intramolecular forces (rather than intermolecular forces) are overcome.
This property can be measured by allowing a liquid to evaporate in a closed container.
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