Problem: What are the strongest intermolecular forces in 1) hexane2) methanol 3) acetone4) 2-propanol5) water?The choices are: a) H-bondingb) dipole-dipolec) London dispersion.Please explain your answer.

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What are the strongest intermolecular forces in 

1) hexane

2) methanol 

3) acetone

4) 2-propanol

5) water?


The choices are: 

a) H-bonding

b) dipole-dipole

c) London dispersion.

Please explain your answer.

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