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Do you know where can I find simple diagram (solid, liquid, gas) for for oxygen?

EDIT: I made a mistake. I wanted oxygen instead of water. sorry.

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For water, see e.g.

But if you also wanted to see some exotic high-pressure phases of ice, see

For oxygen in the updated question, see


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But there are very difficult ones. Also there is lots of other diagrams like CO2 water etc. I need just one easy showing liquid, solid and gas phases of oxygen. It's not as easy to google as you think. Exactly I need temperatures around 273 +- 50K – oneat Feb 25 '11 at 18:43
@oneat: The "easy" part is contained in the full picture. – dmckee Feb 25 '11 at 18:49

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