What causes dipole interactions?

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Mar 20, 2018

Answer:

It is caused by forces exerted over a polar molecule -such as solubilisation, voltage- which re-orient the charges of the polar molecule.

Explanation:

This question is a picking brain.

Here is the answer: Dipole interaction of substance are caused by the surrounded media (such as solvent, temperature, ...) and inductive forces (such as voltage, ...) as well.