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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by walter white on Sunday, October 13, 2013 at 1:07am.

1)Which substance ( Ar or F2 ) has the higher boiling point?


Select the two most important reasons below to justify your choice should have the higher boiling point

*Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling includes hydrogen bonding *Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling is more polarizable
*The higher boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has smaller vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance has greater vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not The lower boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not
*Both substances are ionic but the higher boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*Both substances are ionic but the lower boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than hydrogen bonds The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than hydrogen bonds
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than vander Waals forces
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than vander Waals forces

2)Which substance ( HI or Xe ) has the higher boiling point?


Select the single most important reason below to justify your choice should have the higher boiling point

*Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling includes hydrogen bonding *Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling is more polarizable
*The higher boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has smaller vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance has greater vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not *The lower boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not *Both substances are ionic but the higher boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*Both substances are ionic but the lower boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than hydrogen bonds
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than hydrogen bonds
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than vander Waals forces
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than vander Waals forces

3)Which substance ( HBr or HF ) has the higher boiling point?


Select the single most important reason below to justify your choice should have the higher boiling point

*Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling includes hydrogen bonding *Both substances are nonpolar but the higher boiling is more polarizable
*The higher boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is polar and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has smaller vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance has greater vander Waals forces than the lower boiling
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not
*The higher boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not *The lower boiling substance has hydrogen bonds and the other does not *Both substances are ionic but the higher boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*Both substances are ionic but the lower boiling has a larger cohesive energy
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than hydrogen bonds
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than hydrogen bonds
*The higher boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are stronger than vander Waals forces
*The lower boiling substance is ionic and the other is not.
*Ionic bonds are weaker than vander Waals forces

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