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Why is there no change in intramolecular forces when a solid is melted? Are intramolecular forces stronger or weaker than intermnlecular forces?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Why intramolecular forces don’t change when a solid is melted must be explained. Which are stronger intramolecular forces or intramolecular forces of attraction must also be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Intramolecular force is present in a molecule due to presence of covalent bonding.

Explanation

When a solid is melted to liquid the intermolecular separation increases and intermolecular force decreases but there is no change in bond lengths in a molecule which creates the intramolecular forces of attraction. So after melting to liquid the intramolecular forces remain same...

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