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Deutsch: Ein typisches Phasendiagramm für ein einzelnes Material, die feste, flüssige und gasförmige Phase herausstellend. Die durchgezogene grüne Linie zeigt die übliche Form einer flüssig-fest-Phasen-Linie. Die gepunktete grüne Linie zeigt das anomale Verhalten von Wasser.
English: A typical phase diagram for a single-component material, exhibiting solid, liquid and gaseous phases. The solid green line shows the usual shape of the liquid-solid phase line. The dotted green line shows the anomalous behaviour of water.
Date 8 June 2006
Source SVG conversion from raster image Image:Phase-diag.png; some additions from Image:Phase diagram.png
Author Maksim; vector version by Booyabazooka
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