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1) Which one of the following molecules is the most polarizable?

a) H3C – I b) H3C – CH3
c) H3C – F

d) H3C – H e) H3C – OH

I chose H3C-I as the answer because the mm was the greatest. I added the mm of H, C, and I and got 141.934. Did I do this correctly?

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