Hey guys, I had a quick chemistry question:
The melting point of is -129 degrees celcius. The melting point of is -190 degrees celcius. Explain why has a higher melting point than .
When i read this question, I was under the impression that C3H8 would have a higher melting point, due to the fact that it has a higher molecular weight than H2, thus increasing the London forces. I would appreciate it if anyone could help me out with this problem.