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Do isomers of alkanes have more strength in instantaneuous dipole-induced dipole bonds than straight chained alkanes?
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Do isomers of alkanes have more strength in instantaneuous dipole-induced dipole bonds than straight chained alkanes?
do you do AS chem edexcel?
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do you do AS chem edexcel?
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No, in terms of vn der waal's forces they are weaker because the chains can't get as close together because there is more branching


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