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Which intermolecular force(s) does the following molecule exhibit? CH3F permanent dipole-dipole forces hydrogen bonding dispersion forces ion-ion interactions Which of them is the strongest intermolecular force for this molecule? permanent dipole-dipole forces hydrogen bonding dispersion forces ion-ion interactions

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  1. anonymous
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    @ 2 me it should be permanent dipole-dipole forces

  2. anonymous
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    it can be more than one, also. which part is your answer for? there are 2 parts to that question.

  3. anonymous
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    i have given the answer for first part

  4. JFraser
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    CH3F has both dispersion forces and permanent dipole-dipole forces. The strongest is the dipole force.

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