How to define the Cricondentherm and Cricondenbar on a phase envelope.
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Cricondenbar is the maximum pressure above which no gas can be formed regardless of the temperature. The corresponding temperature is called cricondenbar temperature.
Cricondentherm is the maximum temperature above which liquid can not be formed regardless of the pressure. The corresponding pressure is called cricondentherm pressure.
Retrograde condensation region, lowering the pressure isothermally leads to the formation of liquid phase.
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