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crit·i·cal pres·sure

the minimum pressure required to liquefy a gas at the critical temperature.

critical pressure

the pressure exerted by a fluid in a closed system at the critical temperature.

critical pressure

The pressure exerted by a vapor at its critical temperature in an evacuated container.
See also: pressure
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