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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Amy~ on Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 9:33pm.

I don't get how the intermolecular forces (Hydrogen bonding) relates to the heating curve of water.

I read some stuff on intermolecular force for Hydrogen bonding and it said that the force between water molecules raise the boiling point of water. So would this mean that the heating curve of water would be different? if it is could someone write how it is differentfrom other heating curves except that the boiling point is higher.

OR maybe does this cause a longer process for water to change from a solid to a liquid?

I don't know...

Could someone explain the first question of how they are related.

Thank you

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