Chemistry

What intermolecular force exists between the CH3CH2CH3 , CH4 , or the "CH3CH2"
end of the ethanol molecule and the water molecules?

A. dipole-dipole forces
B. hydrogen bonding
C. London Dispersion forces
D. no intermolecular interaction exists

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  1. I would go with C.

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    posted by DrBob222
  2. The alkanes mostly have dispersion forces acting among them,,so CH4 is dispersion forces as well as for c3h8 and c2h5 is ethyl which likean alkane..

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    posted by John
  3. its C....because these molecule are nonpolar so the are LDF exist here

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    posted by mdlazi

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