A substance has a triple point of – 17.1 °C and 245 mm Hg. What will happen to a solid sample of the substance if it is warmed from –28.4 °C to 0 °C at a constant pressure of 200 mmHg? Nothing will happen, the solid will remain a solid. - The solid will sublime into a gas. ) The solid will melt into a liquid.

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