At what temperature will both liquid and gas be present?

The melting point of benzene is 5.5 degress C and its boiling point is 80.1degrees C.

2 Answers

  • The boiling point, which is 80.1 degrees C.

    A mixture of liquid and gas are present in this temperature.

  • at the boiling point, not all of the benzene is going to boil at the exact same instant. They will both be present when in liquid form also because of vapor pressure wanting to be at equilibrium.

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