Give the Reason for the Following on Heating a Sublimable Solid, the Molecules Break Free and Escape from Surface of the Solid Directly into Vapour. - Chemistry

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Give the reason for the following 

On heating a sublimable solid, the molecules break free & escape from the surface of the solid directly into vapour.

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Solution

On heating a sublimable solid the inter-particle attraction is overcome and the molecules break-free and escapes from the surface of the solid directly into the vapour.

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