Problem: Elemental carbon has one gas phase, one liquid phase, and two different solid phases, as shown in the phase diagram:(f) If the temperature of a sample of carbon increases from 3000 K to 5000 K at a constant pressure of 106 Pa, which phase transition occurs, if any?

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Elemental carbon has one gas phase, one liquid phase, and two different solid phases, as shown in the phase diagram:

(f) If the temperature of a sample of carbon increases from 3000 K to 5000 K at a constant pressure of 106 Pa, which phase transition occurs, if any?

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