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    What would be the strongest intermolecular force present in pure sulphuric acid and how does this type of force arise?
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    Permanent dipoles, i suppose. You have four oxygen atoms, which are highly electronegative, hence creating a permanent dipole.
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    Dunno how those double bonds work, but I would've thought hydrogen bonds is a good guess with those O-H bonds :p:
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    Doing homework eh? :p:
 
 
 
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