# What force between molecules tends to cause most common gases to behave as non-ideal gases?

What force between molecules tends to cause most common gases to behave as non-ideal gases? w) Van der Waals' force x) ionic bonding force y) gravitational force z) covalent bonding force

ANSWER: W -- VAN DER WAALS' FORCE

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