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The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid equals the environmental pressure surrounding the liquid

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Melting and Boiling Point

I learnt that the gas has a very low melting and boiling point. But since gas is already present in gaseous form, then how it can melt or boil and if so then how it has a melting and boiling point?
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Doubt about definition of boiling point [duplicate]

The definition of boiling point says boiling point is the temperature at which the vapour pressure of liquid becomes equal to vapour pressure of atmosphere. But how does the vapour pressure of the ...
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Calculating Boiling Point of solution

I wish to calculate the boiling point of the following solution. (w/w) 78.8% Glycerol, 11.6% Propylene Glycol, 8.3% Water, 1.2% Nicotine (molar fraction) 0.5790 Glycerol, 0.1037 Propylene Glycol, ...
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When boiling a liquid, how vapour pressure and ambient pressure get equal? [duplicate]

When boiling a liquid, how vapour pressure and ambient pressure get equal? As vapour pressure will increase, it will lead to increase in ambient pressure also. let, Initially there would be some ...
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Ordering compounds by boiling points

Here is a MC question from my chemistry professor: What is the correct order of boiling points for molecules: $\ce{CO2}$, $\ce{LiOH}$, $\ce{CH3OH}$, $\ce{CH2O}$? I am mainly confused about ...
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Solid with Boiling Point less than 100 °C [closed]

For an experiment I require a substance which is a solid at room temperature and boils at a temperature lower than 100 °C. Also, this solid should preferably be soluble in water. Are there any such ...
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Is 99% Isopropyl Alcohol sold in stores really 99%?

My understanding is that an azeotropic mixture of isopropanol and water is 91%. This makes sense as to why there are so many brands of rubbing alcohol sold at 91%. There are also some sold as 99%, ...
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Why does increase in pressure cause a increase in boiling point [closed]

When we increase the atomospheric pressure pressure above the solution , the boiling point of a solution increases. Why does this happen?
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How to determine the order of boiling points and solubilities for (chloro-)alkanes, ethers, aldehydes, and alcohols?

How to determine the order of boiling points and solubilities for (chloro-)alkanes, ethers, aldehydes, and alcohols? What rules can be applied to make these choices? Take for example the following ...
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Vapor Pressure and Boiling Point [duplicate]

I heard that the boiling point of a solution is the temperature where its vapor pressure at that temperature equals the atmospheric pressure at that temperature. Thus at higher altitudes, as the ...
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Which chemical could be used to decrease water boiling point to a minimum possible level without heating it [closed]

I aim to decrease boiling point of water that will be used to generate steam. I wonder maybe there is an opportunity to add a substance that will help to decrease boiling point of water without ...
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Physical Chemistry [closed]

The chemical potential of pure benzene decreases by 250 J when an amount of paraffin wax is dissolved in it at 25°C and 1 atm. At what temperature does this solution boil? M(Benzene) :78.11 g/mol. ...
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Can somebody help me understand this sentence?

"The molar enthalpy of vaporisation of a liquid is the enthalpy change when one mole of the liquid changes into one mole of its gas at the boiling temperature." The part which i am not sure of is the ...
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Why are the trends followed by the melting and boiling points of grpup-15 elements different? [duplicate]

My textbook mentions: Metallic character increases down the group. Nitrogen and Phosphorus are non-metals, arsenic and antimony metalloids and bismuth is a metal. I get it. This is because of the ...
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General organic chemistry [closed]

What is the correct order of boiling points of the following compounds ? 1) butanol 2)butanal 3)butanoic acid

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