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Why is there an increase in boiling point with larger alkaline molecules? Why do isomers have different boiling points?

Why is there an increase in boiling point with larger alkaline molecules?



Why do isomers have different boiling points?

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Why is there an increase in boiling point with larger alkaline molecules? - This is because of increased surface... View the full answer

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Due to forces between molecules increase as the... View the full answer

1) On increasing the carbon atoms, the intermolecular forces increase. So, larger alkane... View the full answer

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