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Hi, why does the boiling point and density increase down group 0 (noble gases)
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Hi, why does the boiling point and density increase down group 0 (noble gases)
In comparison to another groups of the periodic table? have some problems to understand your question.
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Hi, why does the boiling point and density increase down group 0 (noble gases)
Boiling point is a function of the London dispersion forces which increase with increasing atomic number sum.

The density is given by the total mass divided by the total volume. As they are all gases they all have the same volume under the same conditions of moles, temperature and pressure. However the mass increases descending the group.
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