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Why does Cl have a low boiling point? Weak van der waals forces of attraction, little energy is required to break these bonds.
Why does ionic compounds have higher boiling points? Electrostatic forces are made up of oppositely charged ions are very strong. Huge amount of energy is needed to break these bonds.
Why are metals good electrical conductors? Mobile ions move freely between the positively charged metal ions
Why is graphite is soft? Carbon atoms are weak and the layers can slide easily over one another.
Why is diamond unable to conduct electricity? Electrons for bonding with other carbon atoms , so no free electrons remaining to conduct current
Created by: chiachialah