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Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces

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Published by: macybnz on Sep 11, 2010
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Chapter 12:Intermolecular Forces andLiquids and Solids
I.States of Matte
a)Kinetic Energy vs. Attractive Forces
II.Intermolecular Forces (Attractive, vander Waal Forces)
a)Dipole-Dipole---(Polar Molecules)
i.Hydrogen Bonding
 b)Dispersion (London) Forces---(NonPolar Molecules)c)Attractive Forces Involving Ions
Intermolecular Forces andLiquids and Solids
III.Properties of Liquids
a)Viscosity b)Meniscus Formationc)Surface Tensiond)Capillary Action
IV.Phase Changes
a)Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
i.Normal boiling point
 b)Phase Diagrams
Intermolecular Forces andLiquids and Solids
V.Crystalline Structure of Solids
a)Unit Cells (Simple Cubic, BCC, FCC)
i.Coordination Numbeii.# Lattice Points in a Unit Cell
VI.Radius vs. Unit Cell Edge Length,a
VII.Types of Crystalline Solids
a)Ionic, Molecular, Covalent, and Metallic

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