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What is true of water at 1 ATM?

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###### Asked in Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

### According to the phase diagram for H2O what happens to the phases of water at 0 degC as the pressure is increased from 0 ATM to 10 ATM?

0 atm to 0.0060 atm = gas (it remains a gas/vapor until you
reach the sublimation point, which for water at 0 °C occurs at
0.0060 atm)
0.00060 atm to 1 atm = solid
1 atm to 10 atm = liquid
At 0.0060 atm water vapor and ice can co-exist in
equilibrium
At 1 atm ice and liquid water can coexist in equilibrium

###### Asked in Chemistry

### Is Water is liquid at 1 atmosphere?

Yes, water is liquid at 1 atm and 25 C. Temperature is the other
important variable, though. Because, at 1 atm and 0 C, water
becomes a solid. At 1 atm and 100 C, water becomes a gas.
On the surface of the planet, we have an atmospheric pressure of
1 atm. So, when you see water at room temp, it's a liquid.

###### Asked in Banking

### What depth in water is 10 ATM?

Every 10 metres of water adds 1 ATM, so a depth of 10 metres is
2 ATM (the atmosphere of pressure at the surface plus the pressure
of 10 metres of water). 10 ATM is reached at 90 metres, or
approximately 295 feet (10 metres is approximately 33 feet).
(The 1atm/10m is true for salt water at 15C; actual
pressure/depth depends on water - fresh Vs salt - and temperature,
but 1atm/10m is a good guideline for most purposes.)

###### Asked in Scuba

### What is the pressure in atmospheres on the body of a diver if he is 33 below the surface of the water when atmospheric pressure at the surface is 0.97?

The pressure of freshwater increases by 1 atm for each 34 ft of
depth. The pressure of seawater increases by 1 atm for each 33 ft
of depth. If surface pressure is 0.97 atm, simply add that pressure
to the pressure of the water.
For seawater, you are exactly 1 atm below the surface... So:
1 atm + 0.97 atm = 1.97 atm
For freshwater, divide 33 by 34 to get the fraction of an
atmosphere you're adding to your surface pressure:
33/34 * 1 = 0.97 atm
Then add that number to the surface pressure:
0.97 + 0.97 = 0.94 atm