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Hydrogen bonding would be a part of the intermolecular interactions for which of the following:

 

A. H2

B. CH2FCH2CHO

C. (CH3)2CHNHCHFCH2CH3

D. CH3CH2OCH2CH3

 

Explanation

 

Hydrogen bonding would be a part of the intermolecular interactions for which of the following:

 

A. H2

B. CH2FCH2CHO

C. (CH3)2CHNHCHFCH2CH3

D. CH3CH2OCH2CH3

 

Hydrogen bonding requires hydrogen bonded to oxygen, nitrogen, or flourine. Only choice (C) meets that requirement. The structures of the answer choices are as follows:

hydrogen bonding

 

 

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