What kind intermolecular force do you expect in the following substance?

1. Hydrogen iodide
2. Kryptone

1. strong, due to polarity of the electrostatic bond in HI

2. Weak, due to the complete electron shells of Kr. It does not easily acquire or lose electrons, and its interaction with other Kr atoms is very weak.

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