Problem: What kind of nonbonding interaction occurs in liquids of the molecule CH3Br? (i) hydrogen bond(ii) permanent dipole (iii) induced dipole  

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CH3Br has an electronegative atom (Br) which  makes it a polar molecule. Therefore it can exhibit permanent dipole 

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What kind of nonbonding interaction occurs in liquids of the molecule CH3Br? 

(i) hydrogen bond

(ii) permanent dipole 

(iii) induced dipole  

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