Problem: Select the single best answer. What is the strongest interparticle force in a sample of SO 2? (A) ionic bonding forces (B) dipole-dipole forces (C) dispersion forces (D) ion-induced dipole forces (E) dipole-induced dipole forces (F) hydrogen bonding forces (G) ion-dipole forces

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Select the single best answer. 

What is the strongest interparticle force in a sample of SO 2

(A) ionic bonding forces 

(B) dipole-dipole forces 

(C) dispersion forces 

(D) ion-induced dipole forces 

(E) dipole-induced dipole forces 

(F) hydrogen bonding forces 

(G) ion-dipole forces

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