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By Chemist-why - / Friday 30 January 2015 15:11 / United States - San Francisco
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  Ryuzaki_L  |  11

I think you mean London dispersion since hydrogen bonds are the strongest IMFs ;)

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  Ryuzaki_L  |  11

My bad, I would have said dipole dipole since they're even weaker than hydrogen bonds Though yes I am aware they're weaker than covalent and ionic bonds

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  tantanpanda  |  26

the level of retard here is STRONG. INTRAmolecular forces are way stronger than covalent bonds. London despersion forces LDF are the weakest, followed by dipole bonds, then hydrogen bonds, then the latter. No need to downvote #36 Just because you don't know what LDF are.

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  Ichiya  |  29

I bet they do it on the table periodically.

By  stupidface15  |  16

for those who dont know: covalent bonds are like really big versions of chimpanzees

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