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Phases of Matter and Intensive Properties

What is a triple point?

The temperature and pressure at which three phases of a substance are in equilibrium is known as a triple point. The three phases can be solid, liquid, and gas, but can also be two solid phases (different arrangements of the molecules in the solid) and a liquid phase.



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