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Identify the most important type of fumes (ionic, hydrogen bonding dipoledipole, or London dispersion forces) among atoms or molecules present in the solids of each of the following substances.

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Solid Foreces

msp;  CF 3 ( CF 2 CF 2 ) n CF 3

msp;  CO 2

msp;  Nal

msp;  NH 4 CL

msp;  MgCl 2

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The most important type of forces which is present in some given solid must be identified.

Concept Introduction:

Different solids have different intermolecular forces which creates variation in physical and chemical properties of different solids.

Explanation

In CF3(CF2CF2)nCF3 and CO2 there is no permanent dipole moment. So induced dipole-induced dipole interaction is there which are London dispersion forces of attraction. It is very weak intermolecular force.

In NaI and MgCl2 there are ionic interaction between oppositely charged ions as these two compounds are ionic salt. Ionic interaction between Na+&I- is present in NaI

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