How can embryos scientists understand evolution?

How can embryos scientists understand evolution?

A. Embryos contain the code for all life on Earth.
B. Embryos provide evidence for which life forms existed at the same time.
C. Embryos are frequently fossilized and illustrate change over time.
D. Embryos go through various stages that suggest the animal’s evolutionary process.

Which statement about intermolecular forces is not true?

Which statement about intermolecular forces is not true?

A. In a sample of CCl4, intermolecular forces occur between CCl4 molecules.
B. For molecules of a similar size, hydrogen-bonding is generally stronger than London (dispersion) forces.
C. Samples of nonpolar molecules usually exhibit London (dispersion) forces only.
D. Dipole-dipole intermolecular forces are found between nonpolar molecules.