11.6 The molecules Ethyl methyl ether Propanol have the same molecular formula (C3H8O) but different chemical structures. (a) Which molecule (s), if any, can engage in hydrogen bonding? (b) Which molecule do you expect to have a larger dipole moment? (c) One of these mol- ecules has a normal boiling point of 97.2 °C, while the other one has a normal boiling point of 10.8 °C. Assign each mole- cule to its normal boiling point. [Sections 11.2 and 11.5]

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11.6 The molecules
Ethyl methyl ether
Propanol
have the same molecular formula (C3H8O) but different
chemical structures. (a) Which molecule (s), if any, can
engage in hydrogen bonding? (b) Which molecule do you
expect to have a larger dipole moment? (c) One of these mol-
ecules has a normal boiling point of 97.2 °C, while the other
one has a normal boiling point of 10.8 °C. Assign each mole-
cule to its normal boiling point. [Sections 11.2 and 11.5]
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11.6 The molecules Ethyl methyl ether Propanol have the same molecular formula (C3H8O) but different chemical structures. (a) Which molecule (s), if any, can engage in hydrogen bonding? (b) Which molecule do you expect to have a larger dipole moment? (c) One of these mol- ecules has a normal boiling point of 97.2 °C, while the other one has a normal boiling point of 10.8 °C. Assign each mole- cule to its normal boiling point. [Sections 11.2 and 11.5]

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