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What is the major distinguishing factor between ionic/covalent bonding and intermolecular forces? a. Intermolecular forces are much stronger than ionic and covalent bonding. b. Ionic bonds are stronger than covalent bonds, but they are weaker than intermolecular forces. c. Ionic and covalent bonding exists in the same compound, and intermolecular forces exist between different compounds. d. Ionic and covalent bonds play a significant role in a compound's behavior, but intermolecular forces play a minor role

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  1. anonymous
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    help pls ):

  2. Photon336
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    Ionic bonds are between non metals and metals and have the highest electronegativity difference, it's more like a transfer of electrons. Covalent bonds involve sharing of electrons smaller electronegativity difference. I would say ionic bonds are stronger than covalent.

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    thank you!

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