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what term matches this description?

two or more valid electron dot formulas that can be written for the same molecule.

what is resonance?

thanks.. what about the weakest attractions that exist between molecule. i had resonance for that

induced dipole-induced dipole. Also known as temporary dipole-induced dipole. Also called London dispersion forces. Also called dispersion forces. I find that many texts don't differentiate between these and van der Waals forces very well.

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