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Why is ice used during the sublimation process?

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  1. During the sublimation process of what? Please be a little more specific and tell us what is going on. We don't have radar on these screens.

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  2. sublimation of naphthalene

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  3. You must provide a cool surface onto which the vapors of naphthalene can condense. I assume you placed ice in a watch glass or a beaker and placed that over the naphthalene vapors. And the naphthalene vapors condensed on the bottom cool surface. If I have assumed something wrong let me know.

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  4. yeah i placed ice in a tube with a cap and placed that in a flask over the naphthlalene vapors. Thanks! sorry for not being more specific on the experiment!!!

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