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around -109.3 degrees Fahrenheit (-78.5 degrees C).

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Carbon has a freezing point of about 3527oC under standard conditions. If you meant carbon dioxide, it freezes from a gas phase ar -78oC Carbon has a freezing point of about 3527oC under standard conditions. If you meant carbon dioxide, it freezes from a gas phase at -78oC


the higher the temperature the more carbon dioxide the colder the less carbon dioxide there is


Frozen carbon dioxide is still carbon dioxide, so it is a physical change.


The freezing point of co2 is -78.5When studying chemistry, it is important to know the freezing point of things that may be handled. The Freezing point of Carbon Dioxide is -108.4 degrees Fahrenheit.


High pressure and low temperature (but not near freezing).


You can't see Carbon Dioxide at room temperature.


freezing carbon-dioxide


CO2, or carbon dioxide, will freeze at -78 degrees Celsius at normal pressure.



The freezing point of carbon doxide is - 78 0C.



Carbon dioxide is a gas at room temperature; the chemical formula is CO2.


Yes, carbon dioxide absorbs heat and moderates the temperature. That is why it is one of a important gas on the Earth


Examples: freezing of water, mercury, carbon dioxide, oxygen, helium.


Yes, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a gas at standard temperature and pressure.


It depends on the temperature and pressure that surrounds it. The carbon dioxide we are constantly exposed to (ie. the carbon dioxide we breathe out) exists as a gas.


TLC: Temperature, Light and Carbon Dioxide


The critical temperature for carbon dioxide is 88 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the maximum temperature at which carbon dioxide can be a liquid. Therefore, the temperature must be below 88 degrees Fahrenheit to keep it at a liquid state. The carbon dioxide must be pressurized to at least 5.1 ATM to remain a liquid no matter how cold.


The freezing point of carbon dioxide is -78 0C; under this temperature it is a solid. Carbonic acid is the solution of CO2 in water.


Frozen carbon dioxide (dry ice) will turn back to a gas when heated at any temperature above freezing.


Carbon dioxide becomes solid and sublimes at -78 oC.


Yes, it is the solid form of carbon dioxide gas. You have to put carbon dioside in a temperature under freezing to make it a solid. Or you could get certain supplies and make hot ice.


The solid carbon dioxide is transformed directly in gaseous carbon dioxide; this phenomenon is called sublimation.


Carbon Dioxide can be a solid, liquid or gas. At standard temperature and pressure, it is a gas.


Most CO2 (carbon dioxide) is in the form of a gas in room temperature.



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