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List all of the intermolecular forces that will be present in the following liquids, and CAPITALIZE (ALL CAPS) the the most dominant force for each liquid. The type of compound is indicated in brackets, and all numbers immediately following elemental symbols should be understood as subscripts. (a) H2O [polar];

(b) CH3OH [nonpolar];

(c) Br2 [nonpolar]

state clearly for each case, then rank compounds the from the weakest to the strongest following the forces in them.

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