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Van der Walls forces and BP MCQ with Answers

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MCQs on Van der Walls forces and BP

1.

Boiling point becomes higher due to increase in the

Van der Waals' forces only
number of electrons only
number of protons
Van der Waals' forces and number of electrons

2.

One of the given compounds with the same number of electrons have a lower boiling point, that compound is

2,2 dimethyl propane
pentane
hexane
butene

3.

The lower boiling point of 2,2 dimethyl propane can be attributed to

number of electrons
lining up of molecules
compact molecular structure
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