If you're above sea level, vapor pressure is stronger, and atmospheric pressure is weaker. What do the forces of attraction have to do with this?
If you're below sea level, vapor pressure is weaker, and atmospheric pressure is stronger. What do the forces of attraction have to do with this?
I'm asking this because the boiling points different liquids depends on the vapor pressure and forces of attraction. I get that the stronger the forces of attraction take longer to boil, but how does this fit in with the above?
~studying for a chem test tomorrow. Help would be great. Thanks!