Van der waals force, Physics

Van der Waals force (J.D. van der Waals):

It is the forces which is responsible for the non-ideal behavior of gases, & lattice energy of molecular crystals. There are three causes: dipole-induced dipole moments; dipole-dipole interaction; and dispersion forces arising due to small instantaneous dipoles in atoms.

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