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When I2 dissolves in methanol, CH3OH, what type of forces exist between I2 and CH3OH molecules in solution?

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  1. CH3OH is a polar molecule. I2 is a large ion and the electron cloud is easily distorted; therefore, the polar CH3OH induces a dipole in the I2 and a dipole-induced dipole bond incurs.

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