Lecture3_S08

Lecture3_S08 - Lecture 3 Forming Solutions Solute + Solvent...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 3 Forming Solutions Solute + Solvent Solution To figure out what type of solute will dissolve in a given type of solvent, one has to know what intermolecular forces occur between: solvent molecules solute molecules solute and solvent molecules Energetics of Forming Solutions H = bonds broken bonds formed The intermolecular forces between solute and solvent particles must be strong enough to compete with those between solute particles and those between solvent particles. Thing you should already know about states of matter: The fundamental difference between states of matter is the distance between particles. Add energy (heat) to overcome intermolecular forces. The amount of energy or pressure required depends on the type of substance We could also add pressure to force a gas to experience intermolecular forces and convert the substance back to a liquid and eventually to a solid Covalent Networks Diamond, Si, Ge Covalent bonding Metals Metallic bonding Nuclei in sea of electron Solids held together by strong interactions (bonds) Species with unpaired electrons or open coordination sites...
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Lecture3_S08 - Lecture 3 Forming Solutions Solute + Solvent...

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