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PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN (O 2 )

PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN (O 2 )

PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN (O 2 ). Boiling Point: -183 o C Melting Point: -218.4 o C. QUESTIONS. Sketch a heating curve for oxygen Determine the phase of oxygen at the following temperatures: -50 o C 20 o C -340 o C Describe the particles of oxygen at -200 o C.

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