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Learn about vapor pressure and how it relates to boiling, discover how substances change from liquids to gases, and grasp the science of boiling water.
In this lesson, the Science Classroom describes the basics of four intermolecular forces: London dispersion, ion-dipole, dipole-dipole, and hydrogen bonding.
In this physics lesson, learn the basics of gas pressure, including: how it works, how it's measured, and how to convert from one gas pressure unit to another.
The Science Classroom demonstrates how to read a phase diagram, breaks down the special states of matter, and shares the two ways to create a change of state.
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