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The maximum number of hydrogen bonds that can form between an acetone molecule and other acetone molecules has to be determined. Concept Introduction: Ketone is an organic compound that has carbonyl carbon bonded to two carbon atoms as its functional group. Carbonyl group is the nonpolar group. Due to the lone pair of electrons that is present on the oxygen in carbonyl group, hydrogen bonding is possible with water molecules and not with ketone molecules. Hydrogen bonds are weak force of attraction.

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(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The maximum number of hydrogen bonds that can form between an acetone molecule and other acetone molecules has to be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Ketone is an organic compound that has carbonyl carbon bonded to two carbon atoms as its functional group.  Carbonyl group is the nonpolar group.

Due to the lone pair of electrons that is present on the oxygen in carbonyl group, hydrogen bonding is possible with water molecules and not with ketone molecules.  Hydrogen bonds are weak force of attraction.

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The maximum number of hydrogen bonds that can form between an acetone molecule and water molecules has to be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Ketone is an organic compound that has carbonyl carbon bonded to two carbon atoms as its functional group.  Carbonyl group is the nonpolar group.

Due to the lone pair of electrons that is present on the oxygen in carbonyl group, hydrogen bonding is possible with water molecules and not with ketone molecules.  Hydrogen bonds are weak force of attraction.

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