Problem: Compared to CH4, NH3 has: A.  stronger intermolecular forces, higher vapor pressure and higher boiling point. B.  weaker intermolecular forces, higher vapor pressure and higher boiling point. C.  stronger intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and lower boiling point. D.  weaker intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and higher boiling point. E.  stronger intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and higher boiling point.

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Compared to CH4, NH3 has:

A.  stronger intermolecular forces, higher vapor pressure and higher boiling point.

B.  weaker intermolecular forces, higher vapor pressure and higher boiling point.

C.  stronger intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and lower boiling point.

D.  weaker intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and higher boiling point.

E.  stronger intermolecular forces, lower vapor pressure and higher boiling point.

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