Jul '11
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    Alcohols typically have higher boiling points than ketones of similar molecular weight because alcohols

     

    A

    are more reactive than ketones.

    B

    are capable of hydrogen bonding.

    C

    lack symmetry around the carbonyl carbon.

    D

    lack carbonyl carbon atoms.




    Tags: Aldehydes and Ketones | Alcohols | Intermolecular Forces | Suggest a tag
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