Why Is Oxygen a Gas at Room Temperature?

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Little attraction bonds between the diatomic molecules of oxygen make it exists as gas at room temperature (25 °C). Oxygen liquefies at temperatures below its boiling point given as -183 degrees Celsius. Its melting point is -218.4 °C.
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because oxygen is a gas at any temperature, but it also can be a liguid but not a solid.
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Definitely a solid. Maybe you should seriously consider dropping out of school. *Fears for the future of the world*
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It depends on the molecule.
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Hydrogen gas contains only hydrogen atoms, and they are bound together in pairs to make hydrogen molecules, which then weakly attract each other through London dispersion forces.
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