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What do we mean when we say a liquid is volatile? Do volatile liquids have large or small vapor pressures? What types of intermolecular forces occur in highly volatile liquid?

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What do we mean when we say a liquid is volatile must be explained. Do volatile liquids have large or small vapor pressure must be explained. What type of intermolecular force is present in highly volatile liquid must also be explained?

Concept Introduction:

A volatile liquid has very less boiling point.

Explanation

A volatile liquid boils at low temperature. This means the vapor pressure of the liquid is very high which reaches to the atmospheric pressure at very low temperature. This is because a liquid boils only when the vapor pressure of the liquid reaches the atmospheric pressure...

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