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Consider the substances hydrogen (H2), fluorine (F2), and hydrogen fluoride (HF). Based on their molecular structures, how does the boiling point of HF compare with the boiling pointsof H2 and F2? The boiling point of HF is the boiling point of H2, and it is the boiling point of F2.

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the boiling point of HF is higher than H2 and F2

it is because inter molecular give is present in HF because of the Hydrogen bond present. Hydrogen bond is strong and will require much energy to break ,since no hydrogen bond is in the rest H2 and F2 has a low boiling point

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