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Which of the following terms does not refer to an example of a weak force of interaction between two molecules?

A
Covalent bond
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B
Van der Waals bond
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C
Hydrophobic bond
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D
Electrostatic bond
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E
Hydrogen bond
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Solution

The correct option is A Covalent bond
Covalent bond does not refer to an example of a weak force of interaction between two molecules. It refers to a strong force of interaction.

Van der Waals bond, hydrophobic bond, electrostatic bond and hydrogen bond are examples of weak forces of interaction between two molecules.

Hence the correct option is A.

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