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Carbon reacts with chlorine and hydrogen to form the compound CH3Cl.

(a) Construct the structure of CH3Cl.
What is the dominant form of secondary bonding for CH3Cl?
Dipole-dipole interactions, London dispersion forces, Covalent bonding, Ionic bonding

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