The degree of freedom is zero for a single-component condensed

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The degree of freedom is zero for a single-component condensed system. What is the maximum number of phases that can co-exist?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

I had been asked this question in class test.

The query is from Degrees of Freedom in section Humidity Charts and Analysis of the Degrees of Freedom in Steady-State Processes of Chemical Process Calculation

The correct option is C. 2

For explanation: Gibbs phase, P+F=C+2.