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Discuss the types of intermolecular forces acting in the liquid state of each of the following substances. (Select all that apply.)

1. CH3CH2CH2CH2OH

a) dipole-dipole forces
b) London dispersion forces
c) hydrogen bonding

2. CH3OH

a) dipole-dipole forces
b) London dispersion forces
c) hydrogen bonding

  1. DrBob222

    You think what? and why?

  2. Jake

    For #1 I think all three because there's hydrogen bonding between the O-H, there's dipole-dipole between C-H and there's Londond dispersion between the individual H.

    If that's the case, then all three would apply for #2 as well.

    Am I close?

  3. DrBob222

    I agree

  4. Jake

    Thank you!

  5. mdlazi

    the intermolecular force acting on this molecules is hydrogen bonding because if hydrogen in molecule is attached with nitrogen, oxygen and floride it forms a hydrogen bonding

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