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Explain why the boiling point of H2O2 is higher than that of NO2 in terms of inter-molecular forces.
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And your thoughts are?
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Explain why the boiling point of H2O2 is higher than that of NO2 in terms of inter-molecular forces.
There are 3 main types of inter molecular forces you need to know at A-level

1. Van der Waals (weakest)
2.Dipole-dipole interactions/london forces
3.Hydrogen bonding (strongest)

Use this information to work it out
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There are 3 main types of inter molecular forces you need to know at A-level

1. Van der Waals (weakest)
2.Dipole-dipole interactions/london forces
3.Hydrogen bonding (strongest)

Use this information to work it out
London Forces are a type of Van Der Waals tho right? And dipole interactions are van der waals too? I may be confused here - but permanent dipole interactions are different
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London Forces are a type of Van Der Waals tho right? And dipole interactions are van der waals too? I may be confused here - but permanent dipole interactions are different
You may be right on my spec it was
Van der waals
Dipole-Dipole interactions
Hydrogen bonding

I just included london forces since i didn't know what spec you are on
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