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Default Identify the most important types of interparticle forces present in the following...



...substances? 1)HCl
2)CaCl2
3)CO
4)BF3
5)Ar
6)Teflon, CF3(CF2CF2)nCF3
7)NH4Cl

For each question select all that apply from this list:
a) LD
b) Dipole
c) H bonding
d) ionic
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