Liquids Solids and Phase Changes Lecture
“Dry ice” is a solid form of carbon dioxide 1CO 2 that sublimes at −78.5 °C at 1 atm. Different phases of CO2 can be made by varying temperature and pressure. The liquid and supercritical phases of CO2 are used as alternatives to harmful solvents in industrial applications.
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES OF THE LECTURE:
- Properties of Liquids
- Phase Changes between Solids, Liquids, and Gases
- evaporation, Vapor pressure, and Boiling point
- Kinds of Solids
- The packing of Spheres in Crystalline Solids: Unit Cells
- Probing the Structure of Solids: X-ray Crystallography
- Structures of Some Ionic Solids
- Structures of Some Covalent Network Solids
- How is caffeine removed from coffee?
- Phase Diagrams
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