Repulsion of electrons within two interacting molecules produces changes in electron distribution. This change in electron distribution creates temporary dipole moments. Which of the following does this explain? Select all that apply.
1. This explains why long hydrocarbon chains have relatively high boiling points
2. This explains why ammonia and nitrogen gas exhibit an attractive force between them
3. This explains how two noble gases’ molecules can have an attractive force between them
4. This explains how the molecules hydrogen fluoride and methanol can exhibit uncharacteristically strong intermolecular forces
5. This explains why the dipole-dipole attractive forces between dimethyl ether and acetone does not entirely account for the attractive force between these molecules.