A. A > B > C
B. C > B > A
C. B > C > A
D. B > A > C
I have been asked this question in semester exam.
The doubt is from Amines Physical Properties in division Amines of Chemistry – Class 12
Explanation: A, B and C are respectively the 2°, 1° and 3° isomers of the compound C3H9N. Primary and secondary amines have two and one hydrogen atoms respectively for hydrogen bonding. Whereas, tertiary amines do not have intermolecular association due to absence of H for hydrogen bonding.