Difference between revisions of "Triple point"

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The [[triple point]] of any [[pure substance]] is that combination of temperature and pressure at which all three phases of that substance (solid, liquid, and gas) coexist simultaneously in [[thermodynamic]] equilibrium.
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The triple point of [[water]] is used to define the [[Kelvin]] temperature scale. It occurs at a temperature of 273.16 K = 0.01 °C = 32.018 °F.
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[[Category:Physics]]
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[[Category:Reaction Kinetics]]
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