Last month in part one of this article, we discussed the makeup of carbon dioxide (CO2) and the four phases or states of matter for CO2 that we typically deal with (solid, liquid, vapor, and supercritical fluid). On a pressure-temperature phase diagram we learned where these states occur. We learned ...
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