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Paper details:Part I

Estimate the energy contribution of

London dispersion and
hydrogen bonding forces
by comparing the heat of vaporization per mole of between pairs of molecules selected from the following compounds. Scroll down to the table to find heat of vaporization data.

C5H12 Name=pentane&Units=SI&cTP=on

C4H8O Name=butyraldehyde&Units=SI&cTP=on

C4H9Br Name=butylbromide&Units=SI&cTP=on

C4H9I Name=1-iodobutane&Units=SI&cTP=on

C4H10O Name=butanol&Units=SI&cTP=on

C3H6Br2 Name=1%2C3-dibromopropane&Units=SI&cTP=on

C3H8O2 Name=1%2C3-propanediol&Units=SI&cTP=on

Part II

Search for additional thermodynamic data by searching by chemical name at this website and checking the “Phase change” box

These molecules were chosen for the following criteria

Similar number of heavy atoms (non-hydrogen atoms)
Relatively low molecular flexibility
Discuss what intermolecular forces are expected differ between each pair of molecules that you are comparing.
How do your calculations compare to the energy ranges listed in this table

Approximate energies of intermolecular forces isbn=1269879944&id=13078

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