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C6H5OH BOILING POINT- 1820C C6H5CH3 BOILING POINT- 1110C === ===

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It s the structure and bonding of Aniline, Phenol, Benzene and Toluene that causes the differences in the boiling points.


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What is the rate of evaporation of phenol?

It depends on the temperature and pressure. The higher the temperature and the lower the pressure, the faster it will evaporate.The boiling point of phenol is 181.7 °C, which is quite hot, so it will evaporate much more slowly than water, for instance.


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How does boiling point differ from normal boiling point?

There is only one boiling point, there is not a boiling point and a normal boiling point


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