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Which is stronger, a dipole-dipole attraction between two molecules or a covalent bond between two atoms within the same molecule? Explain.

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Interpretation:

Which is stronger, a dipole-dipole attraction between two molecules or a covalent bond between two atoms within the same molecule must be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Dipole-dipole interaction is an intermolecular force whereas covalent bond between two atoms is an intramolecular force.

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In a sample when there is molecule with permanent dipole moment, then those molecules align themselves such that the negative pole of one molecule is interacting with the positive pole of another molecule...

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