Problem: "Sparkling water" is made by dissolving large amounts of carbon dioxide gas in ordinary water. What are the strongest types of intermolecular bonds between the carbon dioxide molecules and the water molecules in this mixture? a) London forces b) dipole-dipole forces c) ion-dipole forces d) dipole-induced dipole forces e) ion-ion forces

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"Sparkling water" is made by dissolving large amounts of carbon dioxide gas in ordinary water. What are the strongest types of intermolecular bonds between the carbon dioxide molecules and the water molecules in this mixture?

a) London forces

b) dipole-dipole forces

c) ion-dipole forces

d) dipole-induced dipole forces

e) ion-ion forces

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