Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Critical temperature and critical pressure

Critical Temperature.

The temperature of a gas may be raised to a point such that it cannot become saturated regardless of the amount of pressure applied The critical temperature of any gas is the highest temperature the gas can have and still be condensable by the application of pressure

Critical Pressure

Critical pressure is the lowest pressure at which a substance can exist in the liquid state at its critical temperature, that is it sis the saturation pressure at critical temperature.

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