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what is the weakest intermolecular force?
van de waals
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what is the strongest intermolecular force?
hydrogen bond
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where do hydrogen bonds take place?
between a hydrogen atom and either a oxygen, flourine, nitrogen
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Ethanol (C2H5OH, molar mass 46) boils at 351 K, but water (H2O, molar mass 18) boils at higher temperature, 373 K. This is because:
water has stronger hydrogen bonds
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does NH3 contain hydrogen bonds
yes
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what is the strongest intermolecular force?

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hydrogen bond

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where do hydrogen bonds take place?

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Ethanol (C2H5OH, molar mass 46) boils at 351 K, but water (H2O, molar mass 18) boils at higher temperature, 373 K. This is because:

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does NH3 contain hydrogen bonds

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