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Problem: The forces between polar molecules is known as A. hydrogen bonding. B. ion-dipole forces. C. dipole-dipole forces. D. dispersion forces. E. ionic forces.

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

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

Dipole-dipole interaction – occurs between two polar covalent compounds

Induced-dipole interaction – occurs when a nonpolar compound interacts with a polar compound

Dispersion forces – occurs in all compounds. This is the primary intermolecular force exhibited by nonpolar compounds.

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The forces between polar molecules is known as 

A. hydrogen bonding. 

B. ion-dipole forces. 

C. dipole-dipole forces. 

D. dispersion forces. 

E. ionic forces.

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