Asked Feb 17, 2019

Order the following by Increased melting temperature

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Melting point of the compounds depend upon the strength of intermolecular forces. Higher the strength of intermolecular forces between the molecules, higher is the melting point.


Step 2

The magnitude of vanderwaal's forces depend upon the molecular mass. Higher the molecular mass, higher is the melting point. Thus, the order of incr...

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