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The kinds of interactions that exist between CH3COOH molecules

include dipole-dipole (including hydrogen bonding) interactions and London forces.True or False

Its false there are no hydrogen bonds?

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    Yes, there are hydrogen bonds (between the O of the COOH of one molecule and the H of the COOH of another molecule).

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