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I said dipole-dipole, because O is more electronegative than S and the partially positive (S) and partially negative (O) areas of each molecule are attracted to each other. Not sure why it says H2S or that H2S is polar (I think it meant to say SO2).
Yea I agree with what is written above. The dipole-dipole interaction gives O a partial negative and S a partial positive charge. So because of that the interaction u see above is dipole dipole. Normally all polar molecules that are not ionic nor hydrogen bonds are dipole dipole
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