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Unformatted text preview: (At. no.: H = 1, B = 5, C = 6, N = 7, F = 9, Al = 13, Si=14, P = 15, S = 16, Cl = 17) (Group no.: H = 1A, B,Al = 3A, C,Si = 4A, N,P = 5A, O,S = 6A, F,Cl,Br,I = 7A) (At. Wts.: H = 1.01, B = 10.81, C = 12.01, N = 14.01, O = 16.00, F = 19.00, Al = 26.98, Si = 28.09, P = 30.97, S = 32.07, Cl = 35.45) .. .. C 3 H 8 CH 3 CH 2- O - H CH 3- O - CH 3 SiH 4 CH 3 F .. .. a) Which compound(s) has(have) only London forces ? b) Which compound(s) has(have) dipole-dipole forces? c) Which compound(s) can form H-bonds between molecules (as a pure substance)? d) Which compound should have the highest boiling point? 4. (4 pts) Under what conditions will a real gas behave more ideally? Explain your answer using the van der Waals equation (show the eqn)....
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