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What is the intermolecular force that exists between a magnesium ion and a hydrogen sulfide?

A dipole dipole
b london dispersion
c ionic bond
d ion dipole
e ion ion

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    If you mean a hydrogen sulfide ion then I would go with an ionic bond

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    That's exactly how it was worded. I searched online and couldn't find anything.

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