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 P: 375 So can I say at higher pressure what is more likely to form will be denser? One thing I don't understand is let's say carbon dioxide, when we apply higher pressure, the freezing curve of CO2 slopes positively to the right , that means higher the pressure ,higher the freezing point, more difficult to form solid. Is this correct? But I always think that we need high pressure so that we can easily change from gas to liquid then to solid.