# Problem: Consider a solution of 0.10 m CH3F dissolved in water.  The Kf of water is 1.86°C/m. Determine if the statements below is either true or false. Hydrogen bonding will exist between CH3F and H2O.  London dispersion will exist between CH3F and H2O.  The electron geometry of CH3F is tetrahedral.  Carbon and Fluorine have the same number of core electrons. This solution can be made by adding 3.4 g of CH 3F to 1.0 kg of water.  The freezing point of the solution is −0.186°C.

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Consider a solution of 0.10 m CH3F dissolved in water.  The Kof water is 1.86°C/m. Determine if the statements below is either true or false.

Hydrogen bonding will exist between CH3F and H2O.

London dispersion will exist between CH3F and H2O.

The electron geometry of CH3F is tetrahedral.

Carbon and Fluorine have the same number of core electrons.

This solution can be made by adding 3.4 g of CH 3F to 1.0 kg of water.

The freezing point of the solution is −0.186°C.

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