Why intermolecular forces decrease on heating?
Asked by pranilsonavane71.7spicertl | 13th Aug, 2020, 08:01: AM
Intermolecular forces are the attractions between the molecules, when temperature increase, kinetic energy of molecules increases and it developes more distance between molecule and because of this attraction decreases, resulting intermolecular force decreases.
Answered by Ravi | 13th Aug, 2020, 12:45: PM
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