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Why does’nt alkynes undergo a regular increase in their melting points as the number of carbon atoms increase?

Why does’nt alkynes undergo a regular increase in their melting points as the number of carbon atoms increase?

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ankit goyal
73 Points
6 years ago
because by increase branching surface area decrease and due to which van-der-waal forces decrease and m.pt. decrease

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