Problem: Suppose that NaCl is added to hexane instead of water. Which of the following intermolecular forces will exist in the system? Select all that apply.a. Hydrogen bonding between Na+ ions and a hexane moleculeb. London dispersion force between two hexane moleculesc. Ion-dipole force between Na+ ions and a hexane moleculed. Ion-ion force between Na+ and Cl- ionse. Dipole-dipole force between two hexane molecules

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Suppose that NaCl is added to hexane instead of water. Which of the following intermolecular forces will exist in the system? Select all that apply.

a. Hydrogen bonding between Na+ ions and a hexane molecule

b. London dispersion force between two hexane molecules

c. Ion-dipole force between Na+ ions and a hexane molecule

d. Ion-ion force between Na+ and Cl- ions

e. Dipole-dipole force between two hexane molecules

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