Which intermolecular force is common to all polar molecules but not nonpolar molecules? dispersion forces dipole-dipole forces hydrogen bond

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Which intermolecular force is common to all polar molecules but not nonpolar molecules? dispersion forces dipole-dipole forces hydrogen bonding x-forces none of the above?

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2022-04-28T05:11:54+00:00 1 Answer 0

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  1. Maya
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    2022-04-28T05:13:31+00:00

    Answer:
    Dipole-Dipole Forces are commonto all polar molecules but not non polar molecules.

    Explanation:
    An Asymmetricalmolecule having a region of high electron density (partial negative) and lower density (partial positive) interacts with its neighbor molecules through Dipole-Dipole Interactions. The partial positive part of one molecule interacts with the partial negative part of another.

    Example:
    Acetone having a partial positive carbon (of carbonyl group) and partial negative oxygen interacts through Dipole-Dipole forces. Hence, acetone does not involves Hydrogen Bond interactions.

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