Ones that are gases at room temperature and below. Sulfur hexafluoride has a boiling point of -64C. CO2 is at -57C. Propane is -42C.
Mercury has the lowest boiling point.
Helium has the lowest boiling point of any substance.
Helium has the lowest boiling point of 4.22oK, equivalent to -268.93oC.
The boiling point of hydrogen is -253 degrees Celsius, and the boiling point of fluorine is -188 degrees Celsius. Therefore, hydrogen has the lowest boiling point.
Oxygen has the lowest boiling point of these. It is far below the boiling points of the others.
The element with the lowest freezing point is Helium and the element with the lowest boiling point is also Helium.
Cl2 has the lowest boiling point of these four substances.
Gasoline is the petroleum refinery product has lowest boiling point.
In period 6, Cs would have the lowest boiling point.
Lowest boiling point: Fluorine −188.12 °C Highest boiling point: Iodine 184.3 °C Others in between, At is not natural occurring.
Helium has the lowest boiling point of not just the noble gasses, but of any known substance.
CO2 has the lowest boiling point among these compounds. It is the only one that is a gas at room temperature.
No, the water's molecules are moving too fast at its boiling point to freeze.
It doesn't. Helium does.
Helium melting point: -272,2 0C Rhenium boiling point: 5596 0C
Smaller molecules have a lower boiling point, and larger molecules have a higher boiling point. Source: Learnt this in class today.
Bigger molecules, higher boiling point.
The fraction of crude oil that has the lowest boiling point is the Liquified Petroleum Gas, which is a mixture of small hydrocarbons(methane, ethane, etc).
Petrol, i guess because it has a lower boiling point than diesel
Mercury. Boiling point 629.88 K, 356.73 °C Melting point 234.32 K, -38.83 °C
The answer is C5H12 because the boiling points of hydrocarbons increase as the number of carbon atoms are increased and as a result the compound with the fewest carbon atoms is C5H12.
in solid the attraction between molecules is high, when we heat the kinetic energy of molecules increases. only when molecules become more movable it occurs melting and boiling so it have have higher melting and boiling point
yes, they have more London dispersion forces and therefore have a higher boiling point
The molecule N2C2H4F2O2 has a higher boiling point.
The hydrogen bonds between water molecules are stronger.