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Solution: Based on the general concepts that govern intermolecular attractions, which of the following orderings of boiling points of the fluorocarbons.1. CF42. F3C - (CF2)4 - CF33. F3C - (CF2)2 - CF3is correct

Problem

Based on the general concepts that govern intermolecular attractions, which of the following orderings of boiling points of the fluorocarbons.

1. CF4

2. F3C - (CF2)4 - CF3

3. F3C - (CF2)2 - CF3

is correct when going from highest to lowest?

1. BP1, BP3, BP2

2. BP2, BP1, BP3

3. BP3, BP2, BP1

4. BP2, BP3, BP1

5. BP1, BP2, BP3