There are two kinds of forces, or attractions, that operate in a molecule—intramolecular and intermolecular. Let's try to understand this difference through the following example. Figure of towels sewn and Velcroed representing bonds between hydrogen and chlorine atoms.
The USES and APPLICATIONS of VARIOUS CHEMICALS - elements, compounds or mixtures. Uses of selected-examples of Elements, compounds or Mixtures in alphabetical order of name of element, compound or mixture for KS3 Science KS4 Science GCSE/IGCSE CHEMISTRY and GCE AS A2 IB Advanced Level Chemistry (~US grades 6-10)PAGE INTRODUCTION - PLEASE READ first!