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Why are the dipole-dipole interactions between polar molecules not important in the vapor phase?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Why dipole-dipole interactions between polar molecules are not important in gaseous state must be explained.

Concept Introduction:

In gaseous state there is very less intermolecular force and intermolecular distance is maximum.

Explanation

Given information:

Polar molecules in vapor phase.

Among solid, liquid and gaseous state the last one has almost negligible intermolecular force...

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