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why do diamines have lower boiling point than amines?

why do diamines have lower boiling point than amines?

Grade:12th pass

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Dazzling keeka
24 Points
2 years ago
Amines generally have lower boiling points than alcohols of comparable molar mass because amines have weaker hydrogen bonds than alcohols. The strong intermolecular forces give methanol a high boiling point. But the H-bonds in methylamineare weaker, because N is less electronegative than O.

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