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Grade: 12

                        

HOW DIPOLE MOMENT AFFECT CRITICAL TEMPERATURE AND WHY

3 years ago

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shani rey
13 Points
							
critical temp. is the temp. above which a gas cannot be liquefied. a gas whose dipole moment is more has a stronger force of attraction between them and thus it is easier to liquefy them . it thus requires a high temp to overcome the dipole interaction and prevent them from liquefying. 
3 years ago
Bishal Kumar Chanda
31 Points
							Critical temperature is the temperature above which the vapour after a substance can not be liquefied. Critical temperature depends on the relative strength of the intermolecular interaction that holds a substance together as a liquid. Therefore more is the dipole moment of a substance more is the dipole dipole interaction and thus with increase of dipole moment, critical temperature also increases.
						
3 years ago
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