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What is the temperature at which a substance changes from the liquid phase to the gas phase?

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2008-04-18 16:51:49

the temperature at which a substance changes from liquid phase to gaseous is called boiling point.

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It all depends on the boiling point of the substance. It also varies with changes in pressure and altitude.


That would be the substances melting point, Since you do not name the substance I can`t give you a temperature.


The melting point of a substance, at a specified pressure, is the temperature at which it changes phase - from solid to liquid. The boiling point is the temperature at which the phase changes from liquid to gas.


It is the temperature at which a substance, under normal atmospheric pressure changes from the solid phase to the liquid phase.


This temperature is called freezing point and is different for each substance or material.


Melting: the substance changes back from the solid to the liquid. Condensation: the substance changes from a gas to a liquid. Vaporization: the substance changes from a liquid to a gas. Sublimation: the substance changes directly from a solid to a gas without going through the liquid phase.


Yes. It represents the temperature at which a liquid-to-gas phase change will occur. Phase changes do not change the chemical composition of a substance.


The melting point of a substance is the temperature at which the solid phase melts to become a liquid (or the liquid phase of the substance freezes to become a solid). The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which the liquid phase of the substance boils to becomes a gas (or the gas phase of the substance condenses to become a liquid). These points are different for different substances.




A phase diagram shows if a substance is going to be a solid gas, or liquid at a combination of pressure and temperature. It states what phase of matter a substance is at a specific temperature.


The temperature at which it turns into a gas (usually the temperature when the liquid phase "bubbles" and vaporizes) also the temperature where the gas phase condenses to a liquid.


The freezing point of salt is also its freezing point. This is the case with any substance, as it is the temperature that an element changes from the solid to liquid phase or the liquid to solid phase.


The boiling poing is the temperature where a liquid changes phase to gas and the temperature where a gas condenses to a liquid.


The vaporization or boiling point - the temperature at which a substance changes phase from liquid to gas, i.e. where the vapor pressure of the liquid equals the pressure of the surrounding gases.


The substance could liquefy or solidify. Cooling a gas: change from the gas phase to the liquid phase Cooling a liquid: change from the liquid phase to the solid phase


phase changeWhen a substance changes from a gas to a liquid, it undergoes a phase change. It particular it undergoes condensation.



Condensation is the process by which a substance changes from a gas phase to liquid phase.



This temperature is called freezing point and is different for each substance or material. This change of phase is with release of heat.


The change from liquid to gas is called "evaporation".


It is the temperature at at which, under specified pressure a substance can no longer remain in liquid form and changes to the gas phase.


During a phase change from a solid to liquid, or liquid to gas, yes. However, once the phase change is complete, the temperature will rise.


The phase change does not change until the substance is at the same temperature.



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