Explain how london forces form between hexane molecules -A level Chemistry Watch

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I'm not entirely sure how to go about this. Should I say that the electrons in hexane ( I feel like its too vague ) are constantly moving and that at any one moment they could accumulate at a place and form an instantaneous -ve dipole which will induce an instantaneous dipole on a neighboring hexane molecule ?
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I'm not entirely sure how to go about this. Should I say that the electrons in hexane ( I feel like its too vague ) are constantly moving and that at any one moment they could accumulate at a place and form an instantaneous -ve dipole which will induce an instantaneous dipole on a neighboring hexane molecule ?
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