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The trend in the boiling point of the compounds in alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes is in an increasing pattern (because of their structures). As the structures of the compounds become bigger, they also interact more with each other. Bigger molecules that interact with each other more strongly require higher temperature to evaporate. That is why they have a higher boiling point...

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