What is the strongest interparticle force in each substance?
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Here we have to explain what is the strongest interparticle force in each substance.
The bond form by Kr will be nonpolar due to its greater atomic size and low electronegativity.
The force of attraction arises between the nonpolar molecule is dispersion force.
Thus the strongest interparticle force is dispersion force.
The BrF is a polar molecule in which the F-atom has a partial -ve charge on it and the Br-atom have partial +ve charges on them.
A dipole-dipole is...
Textbook: Principles of General Chemistry
Author: Martin S. Silberberg
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