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Select all cases in which the attraction between units in the solid can best be classified as electrostatic bonding forces.


CsBrO3


N2O3


Cr(OH)2


Ca3(AsO4)2


Rn


Ar


None

  1. DrBob222

    For starters, I would think CaBrO3 is largely electrostatic and N2O3 was not. I would be interested in you thinking for the others.

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