Phase Diagrams

When you are studying bout phase diagram, it is impossible without a diagram as the reference. Phase diagrams basically used to show the preferred physical states of matter at different thermodynamic variables, such as temperatures and pressure. This time we have a collection of printable phase diagram which includes the explanation of the water phase. Check out the following water phase diagram below which will show you the examples of the phase diagram of water.

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phase diagram for water
phase diagram for water
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The phase diagram for water is shown in the figure above. Where three phase-lines join, there is a ‘triple point’, when three phases stably coexist but may abruptly and totally change into each other given a slight change in temperature or pressure. In the following phase diagram for water below you’ll learn more about the changes in the phase. View the diagrams and learn about the phase in the following images.

phase diagram labeled
phase diagram labeled
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phase diagram of water
phase diagram of water
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At typical temperatures and pressures on Earth water is a liquid, but it becomes solid if its temperature is lowered below 0 °C and gaseous if its temperature is raised above 100 °C, at the same pressure. These phase diagrams illustrate the variations between the states of matter of elements or compounds as they relate to pressure and temperatures.

phase diagram water
phase diagram water
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phase diagram worksheet
phase diagram worksheet
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Complete your study on the phase diagram by working on the worksheet above. All of the diagrams are printable in high quality, so just click the save menu and you can print it out from your browser!

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