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Surface Tension at Critical Temperature and at Boiling point

"As temperature decreases, surface tension increases. Conversely, as surface tension decreases strongly as molecules become more active with an increase in temperature becoming zero at its ...
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Surface Tension at Critical Temperature and at Boiling point

At a substance's critical point, it cannot be liquefied by pressure alone. In contrast, if a substance has reached it's boiling point it can be liquefied with an increase in pressure. The distinction ...
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