Why Does Ammonia Have A Low Boiling Point?


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Tush Bedi answered
Since it is bonded together in covalent form, the intermolecular forces are not very strong, making it easy to break the intermolecular bonds.
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Anonymous answered
It has a low molecular mass: 17  and weaker intermolecular hydrogen bonds than water which is a liquid at room temperature while NH3 is a gas.

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