Can oxygen exist as liquid and solid?
Yes, oxygen can exist as liquid and solid depending on the temperature and pressure.
At STP, oxygen is a gas.
Oxygen is an element and can be in all of the listed phases however oxygen is normally a gas (that you breath) under normal temp. and Pressure. Oxygen can be liquified if cool…ed past its boiling point. Furthermore it can become a solid if cooled past its melting point.. short answer: Oxygen can occur in all three states but is normally a gas
As it occurs in the Earth's atmosphere, the oxygen molecule is agas. However it can be a solid, liquid, or a gas, depending on thetemperature and pressure in which it is found….
its a gas
Under very cold conditions. If you have something that can go down to 215 degrees Celsius, go right ahead. Make sure you have pure oxygen, too.
Yes, but under atmospheric pressure it must be cooled to 90 Kelvin, about -183 Celsius.
Oxygen has a boiling point and also a melting point. At -297.4 degrees F (-183 o C) it will begin to melt, that is like condinsation. At -361 degrees F (-218.4 o C) it will …begin to boil, that's when the air looks like it has gas in it.
Oxygen can exist as a solid when it is cooled to -218.79 Â° C or below.
Solid oxygen O 2 , like liquid oxygen , is a clear substance with a light sky-blue color caused by absorption in the red which occur at normal atmospheric pressure at… a temperature below 54.36 K (â218.79 Â°C, â361.82 Â°F).It may refer as refer to oxidizers .
Oxygen is a gas (in both forms: O 2 and O 3 ) at normal pressure and temperature.
Oxygen is usally a Gas. It can be liquified if cooled past its boiling point. And it can become a solid if cooled past its melting point. Oxygen can be in all three states but… is usally in the state of Gas.