Choose the list that correctly orders intermolecular forces from weakest to strongest. a.) london dispersion forces, dipole interaction forces, hydrogen bonding b.) hydrogen bonding, dipole interaction forces, london dispersion forces c.) dipole interaction forces, london dispersion forces, hydrogen bonding d.) london dispersion forces, hydrogen bonding, dipole interaction forces
The correct answer is
A - London dispersion forces, dipole interaction forces, hydrogen bonding
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There are four types of fundamental force that exist in our nature are:
Gravitational forceWeak nuclear forceStrong nuclear forceElectromagnetic force
Out of the above force the force of gravity is the weakest force in nature while the strong nuclear force is the strongest.
So, the correct order from weakest to strongest force is :
gravitational force, weak force, electromagnetic force, strong force.
Hence, the correct option is (C).
its b guys I just got it right on the test
b was the only one that had gravitational at the end which is the weakest force so yeah
London dispersion forces, dipole interaction forces, hydrogen bonding
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