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June 21, 2020 9:49 ampts 30 pts
3. The molecular formula, CasH2sNO2, of compound A is the same as that of molecule B. It is found that the melting point of B is higher than that of A. Explain. Discuss the various intermolecular forces of attraction that may influence the difference in their melting points.
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  • Shivaji khadake Best Answer
    Hello Student example, hydrogen bonding. Hydrogen bonding occurs when a hydrogen atom combines with either nitrogen, oxygen, or fluorine (H2O). Hydrogen bonding results in the st...
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    Rohan kumar Meher
    thanks sir
  • Lingareddy
    intramolecular hydrogen bonding decreases the melting and boiling point. Intramolecular hydrogen bonding occurs in two atoms of same molecule. It decreases the melting and boiling ...
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  • Lingareddy
    The presence of hydrogen bonding will lift the melting and boiling points. The larger the molecule the more van der Waals attractions are possible - and those will also need more e...
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    Rohan kumar Meher
    explain what is the difference between them. in which compound hygrogen bonding present and why
  • Lingareddy
    hydrogen bonding is major difference
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  • Lingareddy
    hydrogen bond
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