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Which of the following compounds would have the highest melting point?



a. CsF

b. LiF

c. NaBr

d. LiCl

e. NaCl

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    Melting pt = energy required to break the chemical bond. I believe this would go by molecular weight. They are all ionic bonds. Find the mw of each and choose the largest.

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