Problem: A solution of hydrochloric acid in water is often used to clean dirty toilets. What are the strongest intermolecular forces in this solution? a) ion-ion b) induced dipole-induced dipole c) dipole-induced dipole d) dipole-dipole e ion-dipole

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A solution of hydrochloric acid in water is often used to clean dirty toilets. What are the strongest intermolecular forces in this solution?

a) ion-ion

b) induced dipole-induced dipole

c) dipole-induced dipole

d) dipole-dipole

e ion-dipole

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