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anonymous
  • anonymous
Describe the difference in intermolecular forces between the two molecules. How does this affect the properties of the substance
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
OK the 1st all molecules have london forces, molecule A has hydrogen bonding, and it is more polar, so it has higher Bp, and lower Mp. Molecule B is polar, but has a non polar Oxygen thus has higher mp, than bp. Intermolecular forces determines bp,mp

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anonymous
  • anonymous
That should do it
anonymous
  • anonymous
but doesn't the second molecule have hydrogen bonding as well
anonymous
  • anonymous
No Hydrogen bonding is, F,O,N must be bonded to hydrogen
anonymous
  • anonymous
make sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
molecule A is Oxygen bonded to hyrdrogen, but molecule B oxygen is not bonded to any hydrogens
anonymous
  • anonymous
but there is an o and o3 on molecule two. Isn't there
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry OH3
anonymous
  • anonymous
you sure it is not ch3, I only see 1 OH, and it is on molecue A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im not sure the picture is awful
anonymous
  • anonymous
haha its ok,Im pretty sure there is only 1 OH in the picture
anonymous
  • anonymous
I checked multiple times
anonymous
  • anonymous
Trust me my answer is clear and specific, so you should be fine
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank you. A Metal as promised
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, I know my Organic Chemistry well, so feel free to ask and I will help, keep working hard!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey @n648c788 how does Bp and Mp differ ? I thought if Bp is higher so should Mp too?
anonymous
  • anonymous
They are inversely related, so If you have high bp then you have low mp and if you have low bp then you have high mp
rvc
  • rvc
Good job @n648c788

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