van-der Waal Force
van-der Waal Force is one of the weakest physical forces of nature which operates between non-bonded atoms and molecules. It arises due to following three types of interactions-
(1) Dipole – Dipole interaction
(2) Dipole – Induced dipole interaction
(3) Induced dipole – Induced dipole interaction (London Dispersion)
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