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Boiling Point (and other Phase Changes)

As you know, there is NO TEMPERATURE CHANGE during ANY PHASE CHANGE including boiling, freezing, etc.

Boiling point is the temperature where the vapor pressure = atmospheric pressure in the container.

Boiling point is a function of IMF and MW (molecular weight or molar mass).

[Excellent explanation of BP and IMF (Aus-e-tute website)]


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