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did i order the intermolecular forces correctly
ion-ion > ion-dipole force > dipole-dipole >ion-induced dipole> dipole-induced dipole> hydrogen bond>dispersion bond

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    The order looks ok to me except for H bonding. I think it is a little stronger than that; perhaps, closer to dipole-dipole. In fact, H bonds are esstially dipole-dipole bonds.

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