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Will gaseous ammonia at 132 degree C liquefy when 100 atmospheres of pressure is applied to it? Why or why not?

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    I have been unable to find a phase diagram for ammonia at 100 atm. This one is at lower pressures.

    http://www.physics.isu.edu/~cole/Class/Phys211/PhaseDiagram.pdf

    The critical point for ammonia is 405 K (132.4 C) and 111.3 atm. Thus it should be possible to liquify ammonia at 132 C and 100 atm as these conditions are just below the critical point.

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