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Why is hydrogen chloride a gas at room temperature?

Hydrogen Chloride is at room temperature because it is held together by weak intermolecular forces. It is usually a colourless gas at room temperature, producing steamy fumes in moist air. It is formed using concentrated sulphuric acid.
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Why hydrogen chloride is a gas at room temperature?
The molecules are held together by weak intermolecular forces.  wiki.answers.com
Why is hydrogen chloride a gas at room temperature and pressure?
HCl can exist in gas, liquid and solid states. It is a small molecule with a single covalent bond between the hydrogen and the chlorine (both of which are gases) Without hydrogen bonding or other attraction to hold the molecules together, like  answers.yahoo.com
Why is hydrogen a gas at room temperature?
Hydrogen is a mix of two forms, an ortho form and para form. At room  www.chacha.com
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