Problem: The strongest intermolecular forces between hydrogen sulfide (H 2S) molecules arise from  1. dipole-dipole forces 2. dispersion forces 3. hydrogen bonding 4. ion-dipole interactions 5. disulfide linkages

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The strongest intermolecular forces between hydrogen sulfide (H 2S) molecules arise from 

1. dipole-dipole forces

2. dispersion forces

3. hydrogen bonding

4. ion-dipole interactions

5. disulfide linkages

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