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What is the strongest interparticle force in each of the following substances?

a) CH3Cl
hydrogen bonding
dipole―dipole
dispersion
(b) CH3CH3
dipole―dipole
dispersion
hydrogen bonding
c) NH3
hydrogen bonding
dispersion
dipole―dipole

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