Hat kind of intermolecular forces act between a chloroacetylene c2hcl molecule and a dichlorine monoxide molecule?

Hat kind of intermolecular forces act between a chloroacetylene c2hcl molecule and a dichlorine monoxide molecule?

Answers

Intermolecular  forces  are  attractive  forces  and  repulsive  forces  between  two  distinct  compounds or  molecules. Dipole-dipole  forces  are  type  of   intermolecular  forces  which  occur  between C2HCl  and dichlorine  monoxide  molecules. Reason  been  because  both  C2HCl  and dichlorine monoxide  molecules  are  polar.

dipole-dipole

dipole-dipole

Explanation:

There are essentially four types of intermolecular forces that exists between molecules. These include:

Ionic > hydrogen bonding > dipole-dipole > london dispersion

Ionic forces are the strongest while london dispersion forces which are weak Van der waals forces are the weakest

In the given examples, chlorine the most electronegative atom relative to C and H. Both molecules are polar and have dipoles. Thus, dipole-dipole forces exits between these molecules.

London dispersion force and dipole dipole because both molecules are polar

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