Chemistry

Which is the strongest interparticle force present in a sample of H3PO4?
ion―dipole forces
dipole―induced dipole forces
hydrogen bonding forces
ionic bonding forces
ion―induced dipole forces
dispersion forces
dipole―dipole forces

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asked by Subash
  1. hydrogen bonding - look at all the free O's and then the H's form the acid

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    posted by bobpursley

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