(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Dr. Lavelle briefly introduced induced dipole-induced dipole during one of his lectures last week so I think it'd be good to go over it. However, london dispersion forces, dipole-dipole, and hydrogen bonds were emphasized more so you should def know these more in depth.
I believe it is only dipole-dipole, london forces and hydrogen bonding because we have not had a lecture about dispersion and induced dipole yet; but, if lecture this Monday covers these topics and we may have to know it for the test. I would just make sure to know everything covered in lecture up to the test.
I would definitely review dipole--dipole, london dispersion, and hydrogen bonding, as those are the ones we focused on in class, however, I would also recommend looking over the others such as induced dipole-induced dipole etc.
Kennedi3K wrote:Will we have to know about dispersion and induced dipole for test 2? Or is it only London forces, dipole-dipole, and hydrogen bonding?
Going over induced dipole wouldn't hurt, but I would focus on the main three of London, DD, and H bonding.
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