Problem: The strongest intermolecular interactions between methylamine (CH3NH2) molecules arise from _______.  The strongest intermolecular interactions between XeF2 molecules arise from _______. The strongest intermolecular interactions between butyric acid (aka butanoic acid) (CH3CH2CH2COOH) molecules arise from _______.The strongest intermolecular interactions between acetone (CH3COCH3) molecules arise from _______. [Select]hydrogen bonding ion-dipole interactionsdipole-dipole forcesLondon dispersion forcescarbon-carbon bonds

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CH3NH2

Total valence e-: 14 e-

Lewis structure:

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H connected to N  H-bonding


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The strongest intermolecular interactions between methylamine (CH3NH2) molecules arise from _______.  

The strongest intermolecular interactions between XeF2 molecules arise from _______. 

The strongest intermolecular interactions between butyric acid (aka butanoic acid) (CH3CH2CH2COOH) molecules arise from _______.

The strongest intermolecular interactions between acetone (CH3COCH3) molecules arise from _______. 


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hydrogen bonding 

ion-dipole interactions

dipole-dipole forces

London dispersion forces

carbon-carbon bonds


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