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Vapor Pressure 1atm = 760 mmHg = 101.3kPa B is a Gas B is Liquid Normal Boiling Point for B
Heating Melting Boiling E Heating Liquid Heating Gas Heating Solid
Heating PE increasing E KE increasing PE increasing
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Heating solid? E
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Heating Gas? E
PE increasing? E
Kinetic Energy Increasing?
E What’s Happening at E?
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