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The attractive electrostatic forces inherent in the double layer contribute to adhesion. The most widely applicable adhesion theory is the adsorption theory. It proposes that, given sufficiently intimate contact achieved at the interface, the materials will adhere due to the interatomic and intermolecular forces that are established between the atoms and molecules in the two surfaces. 1 Typical Intermolecular Forces r is the Distance between Interacting Atoms or Molecules Types of Intermolecular Forces Molecules Involved Interaction Range Ion–ion Covalent Hydrogen bond Two ions C–C bond A–H and B where A, BZ F, O, N Short range Short range Short range Ion–dipole Ion–induced dipole Dipole–dipole Dipole–induced dipole Induced dipole–induced dipole An ion and a polar molecule An ion and a non-polar molecules Stationary polar molecules Polar and non-polar molecules Non-polarmolecules Variable, long Variable, long Variable, long Variable, long Variable, long Typical Energy Proportional to 1/r Complicated Complicated, roughly proportional to 1/r2 Proportional to 1/r2 or 1/r4 Proportional to 1/r4 Proportional to 1/r3 or 1/r6 Proportional to 1/r6 Proportional to 1/r6 Source: Adapted from Israelachvili, J.