When two ice cubes are pressed together, they join to form one cube. Which one of the following helps to hold them together?

Question 

When two ice cubes are pressed together, they join to form one cube. Which one of the following helps to hold them together?

(a) Hydrogen bond formation

(b) Vander walls forces

(c) Covalent attraction

(d) Dipole interaction

Solution

Correct Answer is: (c) Covalent attraction

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