Printable phase change diagrams are available to show you the various phase change state illustration. In these diagrams, pressure (P) and temperature (T) are the coordinates. The phase diagrams below is the first example of phase change diagram.
Based on the phase change diagram above, we know that the change in phase is defined as the change of one phase into another due to change in temperature. All these phases are differed in the kinetic energy of molecules; for example the change from solid to liquid takes place at the melting point of solid while the change from liquid to gas is done at boiling point. Take a look at the phase diagrams below.
Changes in the states of matter are often shown on phase diagrams. The phase diagram for water (like the example above) is a graph of pressure versus temperature. Each of the lines on the graph represents an equilibrium position, at which the substance is present in two states at once. For example, anywhere along the line that separates ice and water, melting and freezing are occurring simultaneously.
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