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water molecules are polar and carbon dioxide molecules are nonpolar, because it? A. water has a lower boiling point than carbon dioxide does. B. attractions between water molecules are weaker than attractions between carbon dioxide molecules. C. carbon dioxide cannot exist as a solid. D. water has a higher boiling point than carbon dioxide does.
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User: water molecules are polar and carbon dioxide molecules are nonpolar, because it? A. water has a lower boiling point than carbon dioxide does. B. attractions between water molecules are weaker than attractions between carbon dioxide molecules. C. carbon dioxide cannot exist as a solid. D. water has a higher boiling point than carbon dioxide does.

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User: The pattern of repeating properties of elements revealed in the periodic table is known as the ____________________.

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The pattern of repeating properties of elements revealed in the periodic table is known as the Periodic law.

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Because water molecules are polar and carbon dioxide molecules are nonpolar, Water has a higher boiling point than carbon dioxide does.

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