Answer to Question #7932 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for jamilu halliru
the ice and steam point on a thermometer correspond to x and 50mm respectively. a temperrature of 60 degree celcius correspond to 52mm on the thermometer. calculate the value of x.
steam point is 100 degrees celcius. So it's impossible for temperature of 60 celcius to be above steam point (52mm>50mm)
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