Subject: Why doesn't a DISPERSION force repell as strongly as it attracts
Date: Thu Dec 2 00:46:27 1999
Posted by Andrew
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: wagga State/Province: NSW
Area of science: Chemistry
If they are due to the random unsymetrical distribution of electrons
around a molecule and thus creating a temporary dipole, why don't you get
a (random) distribution that causes molecules to repell. Which would then
cancel the intermolecular attraction?
Re: Why doesn't a DISPERSION force repell as strongly as it attracts
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