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Solution: Generally if a liquid has stronger intermolecular attractions it will haveA. a higher viscosity;B. a higher vapor pressure;C. a higher boiling point.1. A and C only2. A only3. A, B, and C4. A and B on

Problem

Generally if a liquid has stronger intermolecular attractions it will have

A. a higher viscosity;
B. a higher vapor pressure;
C. a higher boiling point.

1. A and C only

2. A only

3. A, B, and C

4. A and B only

5. B only

6. B and C only

7. C only

8. None of the properties