Sure, dipole-dipole result when polar molecules line up their opposite charges.
Madam, can you explain about Dipole-dipole interaction? I already forgot about it
It occurs because of the electron distribution, due to the formation of instantaneous dipole moments
How about London Dispersion forces ?
Then, let me ask you, what is Hydrogen bonding?
it occurs when partially positive charge of Hydrogen is attracted to the negative charge of oxygen, nitrogen or fluorine
Molecular dipole occur due to the unequal sharing of electrons in a molecule. The partially negative charge of one of the polar molecules is attracted to the partially positive charge.
London Dispersion forces are the weakest and considered as Van der Waals forces. The more electrons a molecule has, the stronger the London Dispersion forces . Also, the greater the surface area of a molecule, the more temporary dipole attractions are possible.
Occurs specifically between a hydrogen atom bonded to either an Oxygen, Nitrogen, Fluorine or Sulfur. Hydrogen bonding is relatively strong force of attraction between molecules and considerable energy is required to break hydrogen bonds.