List all of the different intermolecular interactions (IMFs) that are possible in a solution of CaCl 2 in methanol (CH 3 OH). Explain how/why these are possible Solution Answer: CaCl 2 has inonic bond within the molecule. Methanol (CH 3 OH) has hydrogen bonding between another molecule while within the molecule it has covalent linkage. When CaCl 2 in dissolved in methanol the solubility is due to formation of ion-dipole forces. This is due to fact that this force develops because of the interaction of ions and polar molecule. The slightly negative Oxygen of methanol is attarcted towards Ca 2+ while slightly positive Hydrogen gets attracted to Cl - . .