Problem: What is/are the strongest intermolecular force(s) in 2-propanol?a. H-bondingb. dipole-dipolec. dispersion

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2-propanol - CH3CH(OH)CH3

# of valence e-:

            Group            Valence Electrons
C           4A                   3 x 4 e- = 12 e-
H           1A                   8 x 1 e- = 8 e-
O           6A                   1 x 6 e- = 6 e-
                                 Total: 26 valence e-

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What is/are the strongest intermolecular force(s) in 2-propanol?

a. H-bonding

b. dipole-dipole

c. dispersion

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