Problem: Look at the following boiling point data for several organic molecules. Which statement below is consistent with boiling point data? a. The dispersion forces in 1, 2-dichloroethane are stronger than those in carbon tetrachloride b. The hydrogen bonding in chloroform are stronger than those in dichloromethane c. The dipole-dipole forces in 1, 2-dichloroethane are stronger than those in chloroform d. The dipole-dipole forces in carbon tetrachloride are stronger than those in chloroform

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Look at the following boiling point data for several organic molecules. Which statement below is consistent with boiling point data?

a. The dispersion forces in 1, 2-dichloroethane are stronger than those in carbon tetrachloride

b. The hydrogen bonding in chloroform are stronger than those in dichloromethane

c. The dipole-dipole forces in 1, 2-dichloroethane are stronger than those in chloroform

d. The dipole-dipole forces in carbon tetrachloride are stronger than those in chloroform

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