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Why does KBr have a lower melting point temperature than

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Why does KBr have a lower melting point temperature than

Why does KBr have a lower melting point temperature than NaCl? a. Because the electron transfer, a requirement for ionic bonding, is less complete for KBr salts b. Because KBr salts ions with greater charge than those found in NaCl. c. Because period 4 elements have lower melting point temperatures as a general rule d. Because KBr salts are composed of larger ions than NaCl salts. e. Because NaCl salts utilize expanded ionic bonding; something not possible for KBr salts

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