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Liquefaction of Gases

Critical Temperature And Pressure, Methods Of Liquefaction, Making A Gas Work Against An External Force

Liquefaction of gases is the process by which substances in their gaseous state are converted to the liquid state. When pressure on a gas is increased, its molecules closer together, and its temperature is reduced, which removes enough energy to make it change from the gaseous to the liquid state.

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