If water that boils due to reduced pressure is not hot, then is ice formed by the reduced pressure not cold? Explain.
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Solution 34E Decrease the pressure, the freezing point of water will increase ever so slightly. The pressure 0 c at 1 atm pressure it will increase up to 0.01 c at 0.006 atm. This is the triple point of water. Lowering the pressure reduces the boiling point. At the pressures below this, water will never be liquid. It will change directly between solid and gas phase. The temperature for this phase change, the sublimation point, will decrease as the pressure is further decreased.
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
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