Problem: The DOMINANT intermolecular force that causes gaseous HCl molecules to attract one another is 1. dipole-dipole 2. covalent 3. None of these is dominant. 4. Ionic 5. van der Waals

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The DOMINANT intermolecular force that causes gaseous HCl molecules to attract one another is

1. dipole-dipole

2. covalent

3. None of these is dominant.

4. Ionic

5. van der Waals

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