Problem: Which of the following solvents will dissolve potassium bromide, KBr?a. H2Ob. CCl4c. S8d. CH3CH3e. All would dissolve potassium bromide at equal rates. The predominant intermolecular force in the question above is: a. London Dispersionb. Hydrogen Bondingc. Ion-Dipoled. Dipole-Dipolee. Dipole-induced Dipole

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Which of the following solvents will dissolve potassium bromide, KBr?

a. H2O

b. CCl4

c. S8

d. CH3CH3

e. All would dissolve potassium bromide at equal rates.

The predominant intermolecular force in the question above is: 

a. London Dispersion

b. Hydrogen Bonding

c. Ion-Dipole

d. Dipole-Dipole

e. Dipole-induced Dipole

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