Problem: Why do nonbonding atomic solids have low melting points?   A) Because they are made up of atoms B) Because they are metallic C) Because they are held together by dispersion forces D) Because they contain covalent bonds E) Because they are composed of cations and anions 

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Why do nonbonding atomic solids have low melting points?

A) Because they are made up of atoms

B) Because they are metallic

C) Because they are held together by dispersion forces

D) Because they contain covalent bonds

E) Because they are composed of cations and anions 

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