Why the melting and boiling points of co-ordinate compounds are higher than covalent compounds and lower than ionic compounds ?

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asked Jan 19 in Class X Science by navnit40 (-4,312 points)

Why the melting and boiling points of co-ordinate compounds are higher than covalent compounds and lower than ionic compounds ?

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answered Jan 19 by muskan15 (-3,360 points)

A co-ordinate bond is a union of one electrovalent and one covalent bond, the volatility of these compounds lies between that of covalent and ionic compounds. Thus their melting and boiling points are higher than covalent compounds and lower than ionic compounds.

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