Intermolecular hydrogen bonding is strongest in_____

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Intermolecular hydrogen bonding is strongest in methanol.

Methanol has the ability to exhibit hydrogen bonding because it contains oxygen, which is very polar. In fact, methanol is known to form extremely strong hydrogen bonds. Hydrogen bonding is known to occur whenever there is a large amount of positive charge building up on a given hydrogen atom.

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