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Recall that a phase diagram shows the transition of matter between solid, liquid, and gas phases as temperature and pressure changes.
In a phase diagram, the different phases can be identified by their location:
• Solid: can be found at high pressure and low temperature;
• Liquid: can be found between the solid and gas regions;
• Gas: can be found at low pressure and high temperature;
Consider this phase diagram for carbon dioxide.
In what phase is CO2 at 72 atm and 0 °C?
Starting from the point described above, what phase change would eventually result from a decrease in pressure?
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