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Solution: Methanol (CH3OH) has a higher vapor pressure than octanol (C 8H17OH) because 1. methanol is non-polar and octanol is polar2. methanol exhibits hydrogen bonding and octanol does not3. methanol has weak

Problem

Methanol (CH3OH) has a higher vapor pressure than octanol (C 8H17OH) because 

1. methanol is non-polar and octanol is polar

2. methanol exhibits hydrogen bonding and octanol does not

3. methanol has weaker dispersion forces than octanol 

4. methanol has stronger dispersion forces than octanol

5. octanol exhibits hydrogen bonding and methanol does not