John Mann

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    Why is NH3 so volatile but H2O isn't

    Thank you
  2. Hello, im studyng colligative properties and i learned that the boilling point of the substances are determinated by the intermolecular foces and the size of the molecule. So why is NH3 (small polar molecule with hydrogen bonds between then) WAY more volatile than H2O (small polar molecule with hydrogen bonds between then) ? Sorry for the gramatical erros, not a native english speaker here. Thanks