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    why intermolecular forces are always stronger than entramolecular forces????????????


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    Well, an analogy would be why is the stuff holding a specific board together stronger than the stuff that keeps a stack of boards together.

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    Can u make it more clear???????
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    Well, intermolecular bonding isn't bonding really bonding in a ionic/covalent bonding sense. It's more like an attraction. Does that make it more clear?
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    OK :-D
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