Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

The temperature at which both liquid and gas phases are identical, is called the _____ point.

  • A. Critical
  • B. Triple
  • C. Freezing
  • D. Boiling
Answer: Option A.
Explanation: 

The critical point is a point where the difference in properties between the vapour and liquid will no longer exists and so, we can’t identify which is liquid and which is vapour.

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