A Phase Diagram looks at the transition of matter between the phases of solid, liquid and gas as temperature and pressure are affected.
Solid phase is usually located in the left of the diagram while gas phase below the diagram. Liquid phase is usually sandwiched between solid and gas phase. Here's a sample of a phase diagram for a pure substance
Comparing this to the given diagram, A appears to be solid, B is liquid and C as gas
Consider the phase diagram given below. What phases are present at points A through H? Identify the triple point, normal boiling point, normal freezing point, and critical point. Which phase is denser, solid or liquid?
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