Question

The critical temperature of

A
a substance means the temperature above which the substance is in vapour form
B
a gas is the temperature below which it can be liquefied by application of pressure
C
water is 100C
D
none of the above

Solution

The correct option is B a gas is the temperature below which it can be liquefied by application of pressureThe critical temperature of a gas is the temperature below which it can be liquefied by application of pressure. Note:$$\displaystyle T_{c} = \dfrac {8a}{27Rb}$$Chemistry

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