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Answered 2017-10-31 09:40:59

solid, liquid, gas phases in equilibrium

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Answered 2021-02-23 05:07:37

If you want to see a cool video of this, search up triple point of water on YouTube. It's really cool seeing the water boil but also freeze but also vaporize.

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Why is triple point so important?

At triple point of water all the three state of water coexists hence triple point point of water is important.


What is the triple point?

When the three phases (ice, water, gas) co-axist that point is known as triple point.


What can water do at its triple point?

A triple point is a point where any substance can exist in solid, liquid, and gas forms. It results from a combination of pressure and temperature specific every material. At water's triple point, it can exist as ice, liquid water, or water vapor.



What is the triple point of water?

The triple point of water is the point at which water can exist at all three states of solid, liquid, and gas, at the same time. The triple point of water occurs at exactly 273.16 degrees Kelvin (0.01 degrees Celsius) and at a partial vapour pressure of 611.73 pascals.


Why is 0 degree Celsius called as triple point?

In triple point,all phases of water, vapour,Liquid water and ice is @ equilibrium.


What is the volume of triple point of water?

triple point is independent of volume, but it is dependent to Specific Volume ((m^3)/Kg).


What is triple point of water?

The triple point of water is zero degree Celsius this is because 1)zero degree Celsius is the melting point of ice. 2)water changes from liquid to solid in zero degree Celsius.


What is the triple point of water and why is it called the triple point?

.01 degrees Celsius & 611 Pascals of pressure (about half of 1% of a standard atmosphere. Its called the triple point because that's the conditions under which water can exist stably as a solid, a liquid, and a gas.


Water at 0 degree is in which state?

Until recently, this would have been, by definition, the triple point - where water is in three states (solid, liquid or vapour). However, the defined temperature for triple point is now 0.01oC. However, for practical purposes water is at the triple point and could be in any of the three states.


What is the triple point of pure water?

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The melting point of water is what?

The triple point of water is 273.16oK. (=0.01oC) At this temperature, water may exist as a gas, a solid, and a liquid.


Why is the boiling point of water and the melting point of water can be used to help identify substences?

The temperature point to which you refer is known as the 'triple point' of water. This is at 273.16 K, or .01 deg Celsius. Other liquids and gases also have a triple point. In the case of water, this is the temperature at which its three phases; solid, liquid, and gas; may co-exist. The triple point of water is only one of a number of temperatures that are used to produce a wide and useful series of temperature scales.


Temperature of 273 k is temperature at which what does what?

Triple point of water, where water freezes/melts


What fraction is represented at point A?

There is no point A and so nothing is represented.


Why is triple point of water is chosen as the standard fixed point in modern thermometry?

triple point of water is chosen as standard fixed point because in this point it represent a unique value of pressure and temperature at which solid,liquid,gases states of the substance are equally stable and co-exist.


Which countries represented the triple alliance?

The triple alliance were Germany, Italy and Austria-Hungary


What us tge boiling point and the freezing point of the water degrees celsius?

Boiling point: 100 0C Freezing point: 0 0C (and 0,01 0C based on the triple point of water)



What is the melting of the water?

I believe that the melting of water is at the "triple point" of water, where water exists in the form of ice, liquid water and high vapor pressure water. I could look up where that is but better the inquirer look up triple point because the inquirer has more interest in it than I do right now.


What is the use of triple point in thermodynamics?

One interesting use is to define a temperature standard - the triple point of water (or any substance, for that matter) is at a very precise temperature. On the other hand, the melting point or the boiling point depends on pressure.One interesting use is to define a temperature standard - the triple point of water (or any substance, for that matter) is at a very precise temperature. On the other hand, the melting point or the boiling point depends on pressure.One interesting use is to define a temperature standard - the triple point of water (or any substance, for that matter) is at a very precise temperature. On the other hand, the melting point or the boiling point depends on pressure.One interesting use is to define a temperature standard - the triple point of water (or any substance, for that matter) is at a very precise temperature. On the other hand, the melting point or the boiling point depends on pressure.


What happens at the triple point of water?

Solid, liquid, and gas exist together. Apex


What is the fiducial point on the kelvin temperature scale?

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When was Triple Point Technology created?

Triple Point Technology was created in 1993.


Who invented centigrade temperature scale?

Centigrade is also known as Celsius.Swedish Astronomer Anders Celsius (1701-1744) defined this scale where one degree is one hundredth of the temperature difference between the triple point of water (where water can exist in all three phases usually called the freezing or melting point) and the boiling point. He originally had 0 as the boiling point and 100 as the freezing point. In 1744, coincident with the death of Anders Celsius, the Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) reversed Celsius's scale upon receipt of his first thermometer making a scale where zero represented the melting point of ice and 100 represented the boiling point.


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