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Four Hooke’s law to hold good, the intermolecular distance must be ________ as compared to the equilibrium distance (a) Much more (b) Zero (c) Much less (d) Approximately same

Four Hooke’s law to hold good, the intermolecular distance must be ________ as compared to the equilibrium distance
(a) Much more (b) Zero
(c) Much less (d) Approximately same

Grade:12

2 Answers

Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
11 months ago
If a body is deformed, the intermolecular distance of separation changes from its equilibrium value. This causes intermolecular forces to be generated, which try to restore the body to its original state once the deforming external forces are removed. Thus to gain back its shape exactly the 2 forces must have almost same value
Vikas TU
14149 Points
11 months ago
the intermolecular distance of separation changes from its equilibrium value. This causes intermolecular forces to be generated, which try to restore the body to its original state once the deforming external forces are removed. Thus to gain back its shape exactly the 2 forces must have almost same value

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