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How is melting point related to the intermolecular forces of attraction?
If the intermolecular forces are strong, you need more energy--and thus a higher melting point--to overcome them.
Meaning of melting point:
- The temperature at which a substance changes state from solid to liquid.
So what is the purpose of ?
- Holding two molecules together, which helps to keep the substance in a given state.
If the intermolecular forces are strong, you need more energy to overcome them.
- In the case of melting points, the particles in a solid are held by intermolecular forces. To convert the solid into a liquid, you must overcome the intermolecular forces.
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