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Well the weakest intermolecular forces is the hydrogen bond because of its friction which is called the fluid friction also if you want to know some astronomy you've come to the right person okay lets start with our basic astronomy the first question is what is the quickest planet in our solar system:ANSWER : Mercury. Well that was basic astronomy ,now where moving on space astronomy which is a bit harder than basic astronomy the second question is which planet has a diameter of 43,000km ANSWER:Jupiter.

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Q: Which solid has weakest intermolecular forces?
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