Intermolecular Forces

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What are the Three types of Intermolecular Forces?
Induced dipole-dipole forces (london forces), Permanent dipole-dipole forces, Hydrogen bonds
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What is the weakest of the intermolecular forces?
Induced dipole-dipole forces/ London forces/ Vander Waals
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What is the strongest of the intermolecular forces?
Hydrogen bonds
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Where are London forces present?
London forces are in all molecular subsances but are the only forces present in non-polar molecules.
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Where are perment Dipole-dipole forces present?
These are present all molecules with a perment dipole.
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Where are hydrogen bonds present?
These only form in molecules that contain a hydrogen atom and a flurine, oxygen or nitrogn atom. if a lone pair is present.
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How do london forces form?
They are caused by the movement of electrons , which ublances the charge distribution that results in a tempory dipole.
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How do Hydrogen bonds arise?
It is formed from between a slightly positive hydrogen atom in one molecule and the lone pair of electons of electrons in either Flurine, Oxygen or Nitrogen atom in a neighbouring molecule.
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How do Permanent dipole-dipole forces arise?
The slightly positve end of one molecule and the slightly negitive end of a neigbouring molecule.
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Name the intermolecular forces in diatomic Br molecules.
London forces
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Name the intermolecular forces in water molecules.
Hydrogen bonds
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Name the inter molecular forces in barium trifluride.
Permanent dipole dipole forces
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