Problem: Which intermolecular force is common to all polar molecules but NOT nonpolar molecules? A) hydrogen bonding B) X-forces C) dispersion forces D) dipole-dipole forces E) none of the above

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Several types of intermolecular forces

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

2. Hydrogen bonding – occurs in compounds where hydrogen is directly connected to an electronegative element such as N, O, or F

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Which intermolecular force is common to all polar molecules but NOT nonpolar molecules? 

A) hydrogen bonding 

B) X-forces 

C) dispersion forces 

D) dipole-dipole forces 

E) none of the above

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