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Solution: The boiling points of three compounds are tabulated here.Molar Mass (g/mol)Boiling Point (˚C)2-hexanone100.16128heptane100.20981-hexanol102.17156Answer the following questions without looking up the structures for these molecules:Which compound experiences hydrogen bonding?

Problem

The boiling points of three compounds are tabulated here.


Molar Mass (g/mol)Boiling Point (˚C)
2-hexanone100.16128
heptane100.2098
1-hexanol102.17156


Answer the following questions without looking up the structures for these molecules:

Which compound experiences hydrogen bonding?