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Of the following solids, which would have the highest melting point? Why?

a. LiF
b. LiCl
c. LiBr
d. LiI
e. CsI

My guess is LiF since it has F and F is the most electronegative element. However, I am not entirely sure.

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    correct. Think about bond strength.

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