Chemistry Practice Problems Intermolecular Forces Practice Problems Solution: At room temperature, nitrogen (N 2) and oxygen (O2...

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Solution: At room temperature, nitrogen (N 2) and oxygen (O2) are both gases, but both will condense if the temperature is lowered enough. N2 condenses at 77K, and O2 condenses at 90K. Which of these molecules experiences weaker intermolecular forces? ___________

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At room temperature, nitrogen (N 2) and oxygen (O2) are both gases, but both will condense if the temperature is lowered enough. N2 condenses at 77K, and O2 condenses at 90K. Which of these molecules experiences weaker intermolecular forces? ___________

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