What is sublimation critical point?

Sublimation is an endothermic phase transition of solid matter directly into gas without it being converted into its liquid form. Sublimation critical point refers to the maximum or minimum temperature and pressure beyond which the state of the matter cannot be changed. For example: Dry ice is a substance which sublimates at a temperature of -78.5℃.

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