Diana P.

asked • 04/29/20

Why is water (H2O) a liquid at room temperature while carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas? What’s different about their structures that results in very different properties?

Why is water (H2O) a liquid at room temperature while carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas? What’s different about their structures that results in very different properties?

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