Intermolecular forces are the attractive forces between molecules that hold them together. There are four types of intermolecular forces: hydrogen bonds and ionic, dipole and induced dipole forces. More »

The intermolecular forces between molecules of isopropyl alcohol are in the form of hydrogen bonds, where a partially positive hydrogen atom of one molecule experiences a strong attractive force to a partially negative o... More »

There are three intermolecular forces of ethanol. They are London dispersion, dipole-dipole and the hydrogen bond. All three of these forces are different due to of the types of bonds they form and their various bond str... More »

The intermolecular forces between molecules of isopropyl alcohol are in the form of hydrogen bonds, where a partially positive hydrogen atom of one molecule experiences a strong attractive force to a partially negative o... More »

The molecule known as CH4, or methane, is affected by van der Waals forces between individual molecules. Van der Waals forces are created when the molecule temporarily becomes electrically charged due to the natural move... More »

There are three intermolecular forces of ethanol. They are London dispersion, dipole-dipole and the hydrogen bond. All three of these forces are different due to of the types of bonds they form and their various bond str... More »

Intermolecular forces are responsible for the physical properties of a substance, such as its melting or boiling point, viscosity, solubility, surface tension and evaporation. The types of intermolecular forces are ionic... More »