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Arrange the following substances in order of increasing boiling point (highest boiling point LAST):
CH3CH2OH, HOCH2CH2OH, CH3CH2Cl, and ClCH2CH2OH
a) CH3CH2OH < CH3CH2Cl < HOCH2CH2OH < ClCH2CH2OH
b) CH3CH2OH < ClCH2CH2OH < CH3CH2Cl < HOCH2CH2OH
c) CH3CH2OH < HOCH2CH2OH < CH3CH2Cl < ClCH2CH2OH
d) CH3CH2Cl < CH3CH2OH < ClCH2CH2OH < HOCH2CH2OH
e) CH3CH2Cl < ClCH2CH2OH < CH3CH2OH < HOCH2CH2OH
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