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Temporary dipole dipole moments happen more frequently when the size of the molecule increases. If a given amount of substance experiences more of these dipole dipole moments that would mean that the london forces are stronger in that molecule.
Bigger molecules and more polarizable molecules both have stronger of London forces. A bigger molecule has more electrons and therefore a higher chance of causing an instantaneous dipole moment (like you asked), so with more of these moments, the force exuded will be stronger.
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