The strongest intermolecular interactions between pentane (C5H12) molecules arise from?

The strongest intermolecular interactions between pentane (C5H12) molecules arise from?

Is it dipole-dipole?

a dipole-dipole forces.

b London dispersion forces.

c hydrogen bonding.

d ion-dipole interactions.

e carbon-carbon bonds.

3 Answers

  • Pentane is a non-polar compound and doesn't have any dipole. There is only induced dipole create by the movement of the electron cloud. The induced dipole-induced dipole interaction is also called London dispersion force

    There is no H-bonds in pentane, nor ions.

    The cabon-carbon bonds is an intramolecular (within the molecule) interaction not intermolecular (between two molecules)

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  • B. there are no hydrogen bonds, no dipoles.

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