1.43 explain the high melting and boiling points of substances with giant covalent structures in terms of the breaking of many strong covalent bonds

  • Giant covalent bonds are made up of billions of atoms, linked by strong covalent bonds
  • This requires a lot of energy to sever the bonds, therefore having a very high melting and boiling point.
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