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For a liquid to boil, the intermolecular forces in the liquid must be overcome. Based on the types of intermolecular forces present, arrange the expected boiling points of the liquid states of the following substances in order from lowest to highest:

msp;  NaCl ( l ) ,  He ( l ) ,  CO ( l ) ,  H 2 O ( l ) .

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The boiling points of the given molecules must be arranged from lowest to highest considering the intermolecular forces.

Concept Introduction:

Greater the intermolecular forces higher are the boiling point.

Explanation

When liquid starts boiling the intermolecular force of attraction is overcome by thermal energy provided. The intermolecular forces of attraction are different in different substances and accordingly boiling points vary. In NaCl(l) there is very strong electrostatic interaction between oppositely charged ions and hence boiling point is maximum

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