Problem: What kind of intermolecular forces act between a hydrogen cyanide (HCN) molecule and a dichloroethylene (CH2CCl2) molecule? Note: If there is more than one type of intermolecular force that acts, be sure to list them all, with a comma between the name of each force. 

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What kind of intermolecular forces act between a hydrogen cyanide (HCN) molecule and a dichloroethylene (CH2CCl2) molecule? Note: If there is more than one type of intermolecular force that acts, be sure to list them all, with a comma between the name of each force. 


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