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Solids may be grouped into different kinds such as crystalline, amorphous, glassy and so on. At low temperatures and high pressures, most substances condense into a solid state. The formation of a solid is a consequence of a variety of intermolecular forces such as ionic
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Which solid will have the weakest intermolecular forces????? can you give me the answer?
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i think its Dispersion forces force
but can u tell me the strongest intermolecular force ?
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