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Dipole moments cause parts of a molecule to be charged, this leads to positively charged parts of one molecule being attracted to negatively charged parts of another, leading to intermolecular forces.
805291863 wrote:In addition, the intermolecular forces produced by dipole moments would be ion-dipole, dipole-dipole, or dipole-induced dipole interactions.
Are Van der Waal's forces or dispersion forces not brought about by dipole moments?
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