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what type of intermolecular force describes the interaction between Ca2+ and Mg2+ with water?

a. dipole-dipole
b. hydrogen bonding
c. ion-dipole
d. London dispersion

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    The best answer is C. H2O is a dipole and Ca & Mg ions are ions.

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