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how do you determine what a substances boiling point is

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    heat it up until it starts to turn into a gas

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    or if you need it for a lab, look it up on the internet .. search "x" msds

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    I tried to look them up no help and i need to know how to determine it without looking it up for test

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    are you doing boiling point elevation? what other information do you have?

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    because it's impossible to know a substances boiling point by merely looking at it's molecular formula

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