Problem: In liquid chloromethane (structure shown in the (Figure 1)) what kinds of bonds are present between the molecules? • lonic • Covalent • Permanent dipole • Induced dipole

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Molecule is contains an electronegative atom (Cl) covalently bonded to C which will cause a permanent dipole

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In liquid chloromethane (structure shown in the (Figure 1)) what kinds of bonds are present between the molecules? 

• lonic 

• Covalent 

• Permanent dipole 

• Induced dipole

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