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Which are stronger, intermolecular or intramolecular forces for a given molecule? What observation(s) have you made that suppons this position? Explain.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Which are stronger, intermolecular forces or intramolecular forces for a given molecule must be explained along with the observations which helped to determine this order.

Concept Introduction:

Intermolecular force is force which is acting among many molecules.

Intramolecular force is present in a single molecule.

Explanation

Intermolecular force is force which is acting among many molecules.

Intramolecular force is present in a single molecule.

As per shown in the above figure there is intermolecular force in para-nitrophenol in which many molecules are involved. Boiling point of para-nitrophenol is higher than that of ortho-nitrophenol...

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