Problem: Several methanol (CH3OH) dimers are drawn below, and several proposed intermolecular bonding interactions are highlighted in green. if highlighted interaction is a valid hydrogen bond, leave it unaltered. if the interaction IS NOT a valid hydrogen bond, delete the gree bond to yield two non-interacting alcohol molecules.

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H-bonds → occurs to Hs attached to and N, O or F

H must be interacting with either of the electronegative atoms, vice versa

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Several methanol (CH3OH) dimers are drawn below, and several proposed intermolecular bonding interactions are highlighted in green. if highlighted interaction is a valid hydrogen bond, leave it unaltered. if the interaction IS NOT a valid hydrogen bond, delete the gree bond to yield two non-interacting alcohol molecules.



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