Problem: Which substance has the lowest vapor pressure at room temperature?a. HFb. HClc. HBrd. Hle. H2 

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  • Vapor pressure is a colligative property which is connected to Intermolecular forces
  • The higher the IMF, the lower the vapor pressure
  • We are looking for the molecule with the strongest IMF
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Which substance has the lowest vapor pressure at room temperature?

a. HF

b. HCl

c. HBr

d. Hl

e. H


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