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Ch.11 - Liquids, Solids & Intermolecular Forces
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Solution: Which of the following statements is(are) true?a. LiF will have a higher vapor pressure at 25 ˚C than H 2S.b. HF will have a lower vapor pressure at 250 ˚C than HBr.c. Cl 2 will have a higher boiling

Problem

Which of the following statements is(are) true?

a. LiF will have a higher vapor pressure at 25 ˚C than H 2S.

b. HF will have a lower vapor pressure at 250 ˚C than HBr.

c. Cl 2 will have a higher boiling point than Ar.

d. HCl is more soluble in water than in CCl 4.

e. MgO will have a higher vapor pressure at 25 ˚C than CH 3CH2OH.