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Solution: Identify the dominant intermolecular force in the following species, respectively: RbCl, C6H6 (benzene), HI, Fe2O3, CH2NH. a) ionic forces b) hydrogen bonding c) dipole-dipole d) instantaneous dipoles A. c, b, d, c, c B. a, c, c, d, c C. a, b, c, b, a D. a, d, c, a, b E. a, b, d, a, c F. b, d, c, d, d G. c, d, a, a, b

Problem

Identify the dominant intermolecular force in the following species, respectively: RbCl, C6H6 (benzene), HI, Fe2O3, CH2NH.

a) ionic forces
b) hydrogen bonding
c) dipole-dipole
d) instantaneous dipoles

A. c, b, d, c, c

B. a, c, c, d, c

C. a, b, c, b, a

D. a, d, c, a, b

E. a, b, d, a, c

F. b, d, c, d, d

G. c, d, a, a, b