Problem: What type of interaction occurs between atoms in a nonbonding atomic solid.a. covalent bondingb. weak dispersion forcesc. polar bondingd. ionic bonding  

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What type of interaction occurs between atoms in a nonbonding atomic solid.

a. covalent bonding

b. weak dispersion forces

c. polar bonding

d. ionic bonding  

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