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Solution: Use these data to draw a qualitative phase diagram for ethylene (C2H4). Is C2H4(s) more or less dense than C2H4(l)?bp at 1 atm:        −103.7°Cmp at 1 atm:       −169.16°CCritical point:        9.9°C

Problem

Use these data to draw a qualitative phase diagram for ethylene (C2H4). Is C2H4(s) more or less dense than C2H4(l)?
bp at 1 atm:        −103.7°C
mp at 1 atm:       −169.16°C
Critical point:        9.9°C and 50.5 atm
Triple point:       −169.17°C and 1.20 x 10−3 atm