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You may want to reference (Pages 439 - 445) Section 11.2 while completing this problem.
Carbon tetrachloride, CCl4, and chloroform, CHCl3, are common organic liquids. Carbon tetrachloride’s normal boiling point is 77˚C; chloroform’s normal boiling point is 61˚C. Which statement is the best explanation of these data?
(a) Chloroform can hydrogen-bond, but carbon tetrachloride cannot.
(b) Carbon tetrachloride has a larger dipole moment than chloroform.
(c) Carbon tetrachloride is more polarizable than chloroform.
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