Would you expect hydrogen chloride to be a gas, a liquid or a solid, at room temperature and pressure? Explain your answer


At room temperature hydrogen chloride is a colorless gas with a sharp or pungent odor. Under pressure or at temperatures below –85°C (-121°F), it is a clear liquid.

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