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Substances held together by only Van der Waal's forces are still able to conduct electricity very well because they still contain electrons. True False

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hm no substances held together by only van der waals forces are poor electricity conductors
so false?
yeah, false

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and one more question Which of the following crystals would be softest and most malleable? CO2 C SiO2 MgO
CO2 = dry ice C = diamond SiO2 = glass MgO would be because it contains a metal and metals are most malleable
oh thank you :)
no prob! but C can also be in the form of graphite which is pencil lead and is more malleable...
i mean the only way to be truly sure is look at their structures
oh alright i will do that.

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