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Problem: Neon atoms are attracted to each other by A) hydrogen bonding. B) dipole-dipole forces. C) intramolecular forces. D) London dispersion forces. E) covalent bonding.

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Types of intermolecular forces:

1. Ion-dipole interaction – between an ion and a polar covalent compound

2. Hydrogen bonding – hydrogen is bonded to an electronegative atom

3. Dipole-dipole interaction – between two polar covalent compounds

4. Induced-dipole interaction – between a nonpolar compound and a polar compound

5. Dispersion forces – occurs in all compounds

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Neon atoms are attracted to each other by 

A) hydrogen bonding. 

B) dipole-dipole forces. 

C) intramolecular forces. 

D) London dispersion forces. 

E) covalent bonding.

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