Inorganic Chemistry

Why there is a steady increase in the boiling point from helium to radon atom of noble gas?

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increase of boiling point from helium to radon is as a result of increase of the atomic electron down the group of the noble gas from helium atom to radon.

since van der waal force depend on the numbers of electrons in the atom, and it was found thats when there is an increase in the number of electrons of atom that also automatically lead to increase the melting point and boiling point of that atom.

This phenomenon is also applicable to noble gas atom from helium to radon, because from helium to radon there are steady increase in the number of election of the atom, as such facilitate the steady increment of boiling point from helium to radon.

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