Terms in this set (13)
Picture - London Dispersion (van der Waals)
Picture - Ion Dipole
Picture - Dipole-Dipole
Picture - Hydrogen bonding in water
Description - London Dispersion
Weak forces that result from temporary shifts in density of electrons in electron clouds.
Description - Dipole-Dipole
Attractions between oppositely charged regions of polar molecules.
Description - Hydrogen Bonding
Special dipole-dipole attractions that occur between molecules containing a hydrogen atom covalently bonded to a small, highly electronegative atom (N, O, F) and the lone pair of electrons on another molecule containing N, O, or F.
Description - Ion-Dipole
The result of an electrostatic interaction between a charged ion and a molecule that has a dipole. Often found in ionic compounds that are dissolved in water.
Strength - London Dispersion
weakest of all of the IMFs
Strength - Hydrogen Bonding
Stronger than dispersion and dipole-dipole forces due to the large electronegativity difference in the bonds and small size of the hydrogen atom.
Example - London Dispersion
H-H - - - H-H
Example - Dipole-Dipole
H-Cl - - - H-Cl
Example - Hydrogen Bonding
H-F - - - H-F
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