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Which of the following compounds would theoretically have the highest melting point?
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H2O

FeO

CO2

C6H12O6

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    Being that FeO has a metal in it and a pretty strong bonding force, I would say Iron(II)Oxide. CO2 is low, H2O is 0 degrees Celsius, and sugar is relatively low as well.

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