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Chapter 6 OWL study questions

Chapter 6 OWL study questions - What type(s of...

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What type(s) of intermolecular forces are expected  between  CCl 4  molecules? Indicate with a  Y  (yes) or an  N  (no) which apply. dipole forces Y N   N   induced dipole forces Y N   Y   hydrogen bonding Y N   N   Feedback: Induced dipole  forces are always present.  Induced dipole  forces are also called  dispersion  forces, or  London  forces. CCl 4  is a nonpolar molecular compound. Therefore, the only intermolecular forces are induced dipole forces. Hydrogen bonding is found in situations represented by  D-H---A  where both the donor atom,  D , and the acceptor atom,  A , are one  of the highly electronegative elements  O N , or  F . CCl 4  does not fall into this category. What type(s) of intermolecular forces are expected between  PO(OH) 3  molecules?
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Indicate with a  Y  (yes) or an  N  (no) which apply. dipole forces Y N   Y   induced dipole forces Y N   Y   hydrogen bonding Y N   Y   Feedback: Induced dipole  forces are always present.  Induced dipole  forces are also called  dispersion  forces, or  London  forces. PO(OH) 3  is a polar molecular compound. Therefore, the intermolecular forces also include dipole forces. Hydrogen bonding is found in situations represented by  D-H---A  where both the donor atom,  D , and the acceptor atom,  A , are one  of the highly electronegative elements  O N , or  F . PO(OH) 3  falls into this category.   What type(s) of intermolecular forces are expected between  NICl 2  molecules? Indicate with a  Y  (yes) or an  N  (no) which apply. dipole forces Y N   Y  
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induced dipole forces Y N   Y   hydrogen bonding Y N   N   Feedback: Induced dipole  forces are always present.  Induced dipole  forces are also called  dispersion  forces, or  London  forces. NICl 2  is a polar molecular compound. Therefore, the intermolecular forces also include dipole forces. Hydrogen bonding is found in situations represented by  D-H---A  where both the donor atom,  D , and the acceptor atom,  A , are one  of the highly electronegative elements  O N , or  F . NICl 2  does not fall into this category. What type(s) of intermolecular forces are expected between  NH 2 Cl  molecules? Indicate with a  Y  (yes) or an  N  (no) which apply. dipole forces Y N   Y   induced dipole forces Y N   Y   hydrogen bonding Y N   Y   Feedback: Induced dipole  forces are always present.  Induced dipole  forces are also called  dispersion  forces, or  London  forces.
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