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How do intermolecular forces affect evaporation?
Intermolecular forces slow down the rate of evaporation.
Strong intermolecular forces slow down the rate of evaporation.
If the intermolecular forces in the liquid are small, the molecules need little energy to separate from each other. The molecules escape into the atmosphere. The rate of evaporation is high.
If the intermolecular forces are high, the molecules are strongly attracted to each other. Few will enter the gas phase. The rate of evaporation will be low.