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The temperature below which a gas cannot be liquefied is called 


A
Inversion temperature
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B
Neutral temperature
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C
Critical temperature
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D
Curie temperature
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Solution

The correct option is C Critical temperature
Solution: The temperature at which or above which the vapors of the substance cannot be liquified regardless of the how much pressure is applied is called a critical temperature. Each and every substance have a critical temperature.
Hence, the correct option is (C). 

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