We are being asked to determine which among the given molecules can exhibit hydrogen bonding as a pure liquid.
Hydrogen Bond is the force that exists when H is directly connected to F, O, or N.
Let’s identify if there’s an H directly connected to F, O, or N in the molecule.
Identify which of the following molecules can exhibit hydrogen bonding as a pure liquid.
A. molecules A, B, and C
B. molecules B, C, and E
C. molecules B, C, and F
D. molecules A, C, and F
E. molecules D, F, and G
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