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OpenStudy (anonymous):

As carbon dioxide sublimates from a solid into a gas, what is happening to the pressure if the temperature is remaining constant?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

pressure is lowered cause by lowering pressure you move equilibrium towards gaseous state (le chaterlier principle)

OpenStudy (vincent-lyon.fr):

I would say pressure increases until equilibrium vapour pressure at given temperature is reached.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

it can only sublimate if pressure is low enough for it to sublimate, if pressure is higher then it is necessary for pressure to be lowered... but yeah i got your point if pressure was stable and CO2 sublimates pressure would rise until equilibrium...

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