So, assuming that at a certain temperature the refrigerant turns from liquid to gas and vice versa, and that high temperature = high pressure & low temperature = low pressure;
In a simple Air Conditioning Split System (compressor, evaporator, condenser, expansion valve), how can there be low pressure/low temperature liquid in one part, and high pressure/high temperature liquid in another part?
If it's liquid then it must be low temperature & therefore a low pressure??
If the refrigerant 'boils' at a certain temperature then why isn't it always low temperature/low pressure liquid and high temperature/high pressure gas?
How can there be cool gas after the evaporator? If it is cool and at a low temp & pressure how can it have 'boiled' (evaporated) into a gaseous state?
I've searched for a diagram that shows example temps & pressures in different parts of the system but can't find one.