Problem: The vapor pressures (in torr) of solid and liquid uranium hexafluoride are given byIn (Ps)  = 24.513 - In (P1) = 17.357 - Where T is the absolute temperature. Calculate the temperature and pressure at the triple point of uranium hexafluoride.

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At the triple point, all the three phases exist in thermodynamic equilibrium.

ln(Ps)=ln(Pt)

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The vapor pressures (in torr) of solid and liquid uranium hexafluoride are given by

In (Ps)  = 24.513 -

In (P1) = 17.357 -

Where T is the absolute temperature. Calculate the temperature and pressure at the triple point of uranium hexafluoride.

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