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What is true for water?
A) In a phase diagram the solid-liquid coexistance line has a negative slope.
B) In a phase diagram the solid-liquid coexistance line has a positive slope.
C) The solid is more dense than the liquid.
D) The solid is less dense than the liquid.
E) The molecules are closest in the solid phase.
F) The molecules are closest in the liquid phase.
G) High pressure will cause the solid to become liquid.
H) High pressure will cause the solid to become solid.

I got G, F, E, and C but it is wrong.

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