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What intermolecular forces are important in the binding of organic molecules to the absorbent in absorption chromatogrpahy? Select all that apply.

A) London forces
B) Van der Waals forces
C) Covalent Bonding
D) Hydrogen bonding
E) Dipole-dipole interactions
F) Lewis acid-base interactions

Please help! I'm kind of shaky on the different IMF's.

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  1. Typo:
    What intermolecular forces are important in the binding of molecules to the ADSORBENT in ADSORPTION chromatography?

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  2. all of them

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  3. just kidding, idk

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  4. john tsai you're a chink
    dont think that i don't know you

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  5. hahah lol, my names not even john, i know you don't know me, because i don't know you hahahahahaha

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  6. btw the answer is
    Hydrogen bonding
    Dipole-dipole interactions
    Lewis acid-base interactions

    don't let that clown troll john mofo fool you. mofo doesn't have a brain and tries to be a troll pisses me off

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  7. lewis acid-base because of the solvent ur using / dipole-dipole because stationary phase is polar / hydrogen boding because of silica gel

    bet the mofo is a chink too u go girl allison

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