In liquid propanol, CH3CH2CH2OH which intermolecular forces are present? a)Only dispersion and dipole-dipole forces are present. b)Dispersion, hydrogen bonding and dipole-dipole forces are present. c)Only hydrogen bonding forces are present. d)Only dipole-dipole and ion-dipole forces are present

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    Identify the predominant intermolecular force in each of these substances. 1. Hydrogen 2. Dipole-Dipole 3. London A)H20 B)NH3 C)CH3 C=O OCH3 D)CH4 E)CH OH-C-OH CH3 what I have so far is A) 1 B) 1 C) 2 D) 3 E) I'm not sure about E, I think it might be

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  3. AP Chem

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  4. Chemistry

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  7. Chemistry

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  9. Gen chemistry

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  10. Chemistry

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  12. Ap chem

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  13. Chemistry

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  14. chemistry

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  15. Chemistry

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  16. CHEMISTRY

    although helium atoms do not combine to form He2 molecules is it fair to say that London dispersion forces (induced dipole forces)are what attract He atoms weakly to one another? The other choices are dipole-induced dipole forces Hydrogen bonding

  17. science/chemistry

    Dr Bob Although helium atoms do not combine to form He2 molecules. is it true to say that He atoms are weakly attracted to one another from London dispersion forces (induced dipole forces) or is there another force at play? It cant be Hydrogen

  18. Chemistry

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  20. chemistry

    The strongest intermolecular forces present in a sample of pure I2 are A. covalent bonds. B. covalent network bonds. C. metallic bonds. D. dipole–dipole forces. E. London forces.

  21. Chem help

    For which of the following molecules would the intermolecular forces be influenced mainly by dipole-dipole forces? PH3 CH3OHO HF C2H5OH CH3COCH3 how do I determine this

  22. Chemistry

    1. Which of the following statements concerning dipole-dipole attractions is correct? a) Dipole-dipole attraction is a weaker force than covalent bonds, being about 50% as strong. b) Dipole-dipole attractions increase as the distance between the dipoles

  23. ap chemistry

    What types of intermolecular interactions does chloroform (CH3Cl) exhibit? I) London dispersion II) dipole-dipole III) hydrogen bonding IV) covalent bonding Recall that chloroform is tetrahedral elctronic geometry with C as the central atom.

  24. Chemistry

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  25. Chemistry

    What kids of intermolecular forces must be overcome as CO2 sublimes? (check all that apply) 1. dispersion forces 2. dipole dipole 3. H-bonds 4. ion dipole

  26. science

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  27. Chemistry

    What is the strongest intermolecular force present in each molecule: H2S CF4 NH3 CS2 PCL3 N CH2O C2H6 CH3OH BH3 My work: Hydrogen bonding London dispersion Dipole dipole London dispersion Dipole dipole London dispersion Hydrogen bonding Hydrogen bonding

  28. Chemistry

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  29. Chemistry

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  30. Chemistry

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  31. CHEMISTRY

    What is the intermolecular force that exists between a magnesium ion and a hydrogen sulfide? A dipole dipole b london dispersion c ionic bond d ion dipole e ion ion

  32. Chemistry

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  33. Chemistry

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  34. Chemistry..

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  35. Chemistry(Please check)

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  36. Chemistry

    I just want to make sure that D is the correct answer. Each halogen is a diatomic element. However, under normal conditions chlorine is a gas, bromine is a liquid, and iodine is a solid. What is the best explanation for this difference? A. The strength of

  37. them

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  38. Chemistry

    Arrange the following intermolecular attractions in order of increasing strengtgh: Dipole interactions, dispersion forces, and hydrogen bonds. http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~cchieh/cact/c123/intermol.html dispersion forces, hyrdogen bonds then dipole

  39. Chemistry

    Which type of intermolecular forces would be expected in a sample of F2 gas? a. London forces, dipole interactions, and ionic interactions b. dipole interactions c. London forces d. London forces and dipole interactions I believe C is the correct answer.

  40. AP Chemistry help!!!!!

    How does the boiling point of ethane (CH3CH3) compare with that of ethanol (CH3CH2OH)? 1. The boiling point of ethane is higher because it has stronger London dispersion forces. 2. The boiling point of ethane is higher because it has stronger dipole-dipole

  41. Chemistry

    What intermolecular forces exist in dichloromethane, n-pentanol, and toluene besides London Dispersion Forces?

  42. chemistry

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  43. Chemistry

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  44. science

    which of the following has both dispersion forces and dipole-dipole forces? Br2 HCl H2 CO2 BCl3 I reckon its HCl can anyone confirm please

  45. chem

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  46. chemistry

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  48. chemistry

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  49. OChem

    What intermolecular forces are important in the binding of organic molecules to the absorbent in absorption chromatogrpahy? Select all that apply. A) London forces B) Van der Waals forces C) Covalent Bonding D) Hydrogen bonding E) Dipole-dipole

  50. Chemistry

    What is the strongest of the intermolecular forces http://wine1.sb.fsu.edu/chm1045/notes/Forces/intermol/Forces02.htm The strongest is electrostatic forces between ions. But I don't call electrostatic forces between ions "intermolecular forces." They are

  51. Chemistry!!! Help!

    Which of the following types of intermolecular forces tend to be the weakest? Induced dipole-induced dipole forces Dipole-dipole forces Covalent bonding Dipole-induced dipole forces Hydrogen bonding

  52. chemistry

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  53. Chemistry

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  54. Chem

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  55. chemistry

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  56. Advanced Chem- Intermolecular Forces of Attraction

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  57. chem

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  58. Chemistry

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  59. Physics

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  60. Chemistry

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  61. Advanced Chemistry

    he vapor pressures of several solutions of water-propanol(Ch3Ch2Ch2OH) were determined at various compositions, with thefollowing data collected at 45C: XH2O Vapor pressure (torr) 0 74.0 .15 77.3 .37 80.2 .54 81.6 .69 80.6 .83 78.2 1.00 71.9 a.) Are

  62. chemistry

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  63. CHEM URGENT

    liquid methanol, CH3OH is being prepared to be poured into a beaker of water. (THERE CAN BE MORE THAN ONE ANSWER FOR Q1-3) 1) What intermolecular forces are broken in the methanol when these substances are mixed? -hydrogen-bonding -dispersion forces

  64. chemistry

    Explain how dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, and hydrogen bonds (intermolecular forces) affect the 2 states of matter using phase changes and heating curves. What is the effect on vapor pressure with dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, and

  65. chemistry

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  66. Chemistry

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  67. CHEM

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  68. chemistry

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  69. Chemistry

    Solarcaine aerosol spray is used for temporarily relieving pain as it works as a topical anesthetic numbing the skin. Solarcaine is in fact benzocaine, C9H11NO2 with molar mass 165.2 g/mol. If a 100.0 mL spray can contains 1.00 g of benzocaine, calculate

  70. Chemistry

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  71. chemistry

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  72. Chemistry

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  73. Chemistry

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  74. Chemistry

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  75. Chem

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  76. Chemistry

    Put in order from strongest to weakest: London Dispersion Forces, Hydrogen Bonds, Dipole-dipole interactions, ionic bonding, and covalent bonding.

  77. Chemistry

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  78. chemistry help

    Of the three forces, ionic, dipole- dipole, and London disperison forces, which is the strongest?

  79. Chemistry

    What is the strongest intermolecular force exhibited in each? Covalent molecules, Ionic compounds, polar covalent molecules. This is my answer: Covalent: London forces Ionic: Ion-dipole Polar Covalent: Dipole- Dipole Is this correct?

  80. Chemistry

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  81. chem

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  82. CHEMISTRY

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  83. Advanced Placement Chemistry

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  84. chemistry

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  85. Chemistry PLZ HELP!!!!!

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  86. science

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  87. Physics

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  88. chemistry

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  89. Chemistry

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  90. Chemistry

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  91. Chemistry

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  92. chemistry

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  93. Physics

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  94. biochemistry

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  95. chemistry!

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  96. Chemistry

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  97. Chemistry

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  98. Chemistry

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  99. physics

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  100. chemistry

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