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General Chemistry 2Structure of Crystalline and Amorphous SolidsName of Learner: Yuan Nicolas OccianoGrade and Section: Grade 12 - AquariusSchool: Monkayo National High School- Senior High SchoolDate: March 12, 2022Activity 1: Change me if I’m not the right one!Direction:Analyze each of the following statements whether it describes the types of solid crystals. Write TRUE if thestatement is correct but if it’s false, change the underlined word or group of words to make the whole statement true. Writeyour answer on a space provided1. The presence of London dispersion interaction and hydrogen bond would mean that there are weak intermolecularforces in ionic crystals
2. Molecular crystalsare malleable because the atoms can roll over each other into new positions without breaking the
3. Cotton candy is an example of amorphous crystals because of its well-defined geometric shape.Lacks well-definedgeometric shape
4. Each crystal of crystalline solids
5. Since covalent crystalsare held firmly, that no large space enough for the ions to move around, thus making them as
Activity 2:Direction:Identify the type of crystals of the following solids. Put a check mark on the cell corresponding to your answer.SolidsType of CrystalsCrystalline Crystals
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