CO2 can be easily liquified and even solidified because: A. It has a weak force of attraction B. It has comparatively more force of attraction than other gases C. It has more intermolecular space D. It is present in the atmosphere

CO2 is a gas. Therefore, it will have low inter-molecular force of attraction between the molecules of carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide not only has a low melting point but also a low boiling point. Carbon dioxide at very low temperature and pressure can change from an excited state to a stable state and vice versa.

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