# chem

which of the following would have the hoighest boiling point: 1-bromethane, acetic acid, or ethane?

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asked by bill
1. acetic acid since it can do hydrogen bonding.

and the first one is bromomethane

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2. what do you mean by bromomethane is the first one?

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posted by bill
3. oh..I thought you had a typo.

but it's the same regardless (acetic acid has higher boiling point)

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