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What is the intermolecular force in CO? ASIDE FROM LONDON DISPERSION FORCE ARE THERE ION DIPOLE FORCE IN CO OR NONE?

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  1. The electronegativity of C and O are not the same; therefore, each C=O bond is polar.

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