Is it true that the line of coexistence of water vapour and ice starts from the point p=0, T=0?
Feb 3, 2011 #1 paweld 255 0 Is it true that the line of coexistence of water vapour and ice starts from the point p=0, T=0?
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Feb 3, 2011 #2 timthereaper 479 33 According to my chart, for a saturated ice-water vapor mix, the point is like T=0.01 degC and P=0.61169 KPa.
According to my chart, for a saturated ice-water vapor mix, the point is like T=0.01 degC and P=0.61169 KPa.