Chemistry

What is the strongest intermolecular force exhibited in each? Covalent molecules, Ionic compounds, polar covalent molecules.

This is my answer:
Covalent- dipole-dipole forces
Ionic- ion-dipole forces
Polar Covalent- electrostatic forces

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  1. I changed my answer to:
    Covalent: London forces
    Ionic: Ion-dipole
    Polar Covalent: Dipole- Dipole

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