Chemistry

posted by Christine

Which type of intermolecular forces would be expected in a sample of F2 gas?

a. London forces, dipole interactions, and ionic interactions
b. dipole interactions
c. London forces
d. London forces and dipole interactions

I believe C is the correct answer.

  1. DrBob222

    I agree with c. There could be some instantaneous dipole-induced dipole too but that isn't a choice.

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