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Although the noble gas elements are monatomic and could not give rise to dipole-dipole forces or hydrogen bonding, these elements still can be liquefied and solidified. Explain.

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Interpretation:

The given statement should be explained.

“Although the noble gas elements are monatomic and couldn’t give rise to dipole-dipole forces or hydrogen bonding, these elements still can be liquefied and solidified.”

Concept Introduction:

Noble gases have London forces which increase with increase in surface area.

Explanation

Noble gases are monatomic and there is no permanent dipole moment. But one molecule in the sample of noble gas can induce dipole moment. This induced dipole moment can induce dipole in neighboring molecule...

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