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Positive dimers structures: B) and D) (Fig. 1)

Explanation:

The right dimer structures are the ones with the right intermolecular bonding interaction. In this case we will have hydrogen bonding. This type of interaction is due to the negative polarization in oxygen and the positive polarization in hydrogen. (Figure 2)

Thus, a proper dimer structure is posible if we interact from the negative part (oxygen) to the positive part (hydrogen). B and D. are the only structures that have such interactions

Some methanol (ch3oh) dimers are drawn below, and some proposed intermolecular bonding interacs are suggested
Some methanol (ch3oh) dimers are drawn below, and some proposed intermolecular bonding interacs are suggested