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Describe in detail the microscopic processes that take place when a liquid boils. What kind of forces must be overcome? Are any chemical bonds broken during these processes?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The microscopic processes that take place when a liquid boils must and kind of forces must be overcome should be explained. Whether any chemical bond is broken during these processes must also be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Boiling is a physical process in which liquid is converted to gas at a particular temperature and pressure.

Explanation

When temperature is gradually increased then the intermolecular force starts decreasing which increases the intermolecular distance of the liquid molecules...

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