What is the boiling point of #CO_2#?

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Apr 29, 2017

Answer:

Under standard conditions, carbon dioxide does not exhibit a boiling point because it does not express a liquid phase.

Explanation:

Carbon dioxide does not have a liquid phase under standard conditions of #1*atm#. It #"sublimes"#, i.e. it undergoes transition from the solid phase to the gaseous phase, at #-78.5# #""^@C#, at #1*atm#.