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They can happen in all molecules. Basically, electrons move around all the time so at a certain time, there can be a lot of electrons towards one side, so it would be partially negative there at that moment, temporarily.
Induced dipole - induced dipole is the same as London's dispersion right? I keep hearing people refer to this intermolecular force as either induced dipole - induced dipole or London's dispersion so I just want to make sure if they mean the same thing?
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