Why do amines have higher boiling point than hydrocarbons?

Amines are having higher boiling points than hydrocarbons , as C-N bond in amines is more polar than a C-C bond in hydrocarbons. Due to the polar nature of amines it forms intermolecular H-bonds and exists as associated molecules.

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