The boiling points for H2O (BP = 100oC) and H2S (BP = -60C) are drastically different despite oxygen and sulfur being next to each other on the…

The boiling points for H2O (BP = 100oC) and H2S (BP = -60°C) are drastically different despite oxygen and sulfur being next to each other on the periodic table. Explain these differences in boiling points utilizing your labels of intermolecular forces and the relative strength of the intermolecular forces.

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