What Types of Intermolecular Forces Can Exist between Neutral Molecules?

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The intermolecular forces that can exist between neutral molecules are called Van der Waals forces. There are three types of the forces that include induced dipole- induced dipole, dipole- induced dipole and dipole - dipole forces.
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