Its critical temperature is 146 C. Liquid and solid chlorine are both yellow in colour.
This temperature is called the "critical temperature" of chlorine.
The critical temperature will obviously be different in different organs.
The temperature at which this occurs is called the critical temperature.
By causing it to boil rapidly under diminished pressure a temperature below the critical temperature of oxygen can be reached.
It would seem, therefore, that around -30° F. was the critical temperature for the Chinese chestnut.
At the critical temperature it is equal to zero on account of the identity of the liquid and the gaseous states.
This point, known as the critical temperature, is widely different for different substances.
But even with the latter mixture it is not possible to reach the critical temperature of oxygen or that of nitrogen.
The helium thermometer could be used to advantage in the determination of the critical temperature and boiling point of hydrogen.
critical temperature n.
The temperature above which a gas cannot be liquefied, regardless of the pressure applied.
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