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boiling point of interhalogens are higher than pure halogen . why?

Asked by prashantrairohit 10th February 2019, 9:21 AM
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Interhalogens have non zero electronegative difference which makes it polar which is contrary to pure halogens thus they are non polar.
 The polar nature of Interhalogens hold the bonded pair of electrons and so they require more energy to break and thus their boling points are slightly higher than pure halogens.
Answered by Expert 11th February 2019, 4:15 AM
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