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• Surface tension is the phenomenon where strong cohesive forces brought about by strong intermolecular forces create a false floor on the surface of a liquid. Most common with water.
• The magnitude of surface tension is related to the intermolecular forces of attraction present between the molecules.
The stronger the IMFA, the greater the surface tension.
Based on their composition and structure, list CH2Cl2, CH3CH2CH3, and CH3CH2OH in order of decreasing surface tension.
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