Which of the following does not affect the boiling point of a liquid?

A- the formula weight of the liquid molecules
B- the shape of the liquid molecules
C- the intermolecular forces between the liquid molecules
D- none, all of the above affect the boiling point

Answer:
D - all of the factors affect the boiling point.

To whoever said that shape doesn't matter, it does. Isomers can have totally different boiling points.
D All of these factors.
B, Molecules will gain enough energy to boil regardless of shape. :)
all effects boiling point of a liquid

nirav

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