Ch.11 - Liquids, Solids & Intermolecular ForcesWorksheetSee all chapters
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Solution: Electronegativities of the ElementsElementElectronegativityH2.1C2.5O3.5F4.0Si1.8Cl3.0Br2.8I2.5Which molecules have dipole-dipole forces?(a) CI4(b) CH3Cl(c) HCl

Problem

Electronegativities of the Elements

ElementElectronegativity
H2.1
C2.5
O3.5
F4.0
Si1.8
Cl3.0
Br2.8
I2.5


Which molecules have dipole-dipole forces?
(a) CI4
(b) CH3Cl
(c) HCl