sublimation point

sublimation point

[‚səb·lə′mā·shən ¦pȯint]
(thermodynamics)
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of the solid phase of a compound is equal to the total pressure of the gas phase in contact with it; analogous to the boiling point of a liquid.
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Jason Schneiderman is the author three books of poems: Primary Source (Red Hen Press 2016), winner of the Benjamin Saltman Prize; Striking Surface (Ashland Poetry Press 2010), winner of the Richard Snyder Prize, and Sublimation Point (Four Way Books 2004), a Stahlecker Selection.
JASON SCHNEIDERMAN is the author of the poetry collections Sublimation Point (2004) and Striking Surface (2010), winner of the 2009 Richard Snyder Publication Prize from Ashland Poetry Press.
2] is the sublimation point, when dry ice, a solid, becomes a gas.
In relative long periods of time quantative and especially qualitative changes of the concepts appear, until the sublimation point is reached- initially a new concept appears which finally becomes sublime.
3[degrees]F), or its sublimation point, dry ice vaporizes.