Lesson_11 - b) Truncating or cutting off a vertex reveals a...

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Lesson 11 Determining whether a liquid vaporizes completely or a gas-liquid equilibrium is established
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A general PT diagram Lesson 11 Phase diagrams show the regions where the several phases of a given substance are in equilibrium
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Lesson 11 Phase diagrams for CO 2
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Lesson 11 Phase diagram for water
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Lesson 11 Phase diagram for iodine
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Lesson 11 The critical point
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Lesson 11 Attaining of the critical point
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Lesson 11 Diamond x Graphite structures
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Lesson 11 (a) Ball-and-stick model of a small nanotube. These are sometimes (rarely) called bucktubes . (a) ( b) A bundle of single-wall nanotubes.
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Lesson 11 The third allotrope of carbon - first isolated in 1985. ( a) An icosahedron, a shape formed by 20 equilateral triangles. Five triangles meet at each of the 12 vertices. (
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Unformatted text preview: b) Truncating or cutting off a vertex reveals a new pentagonal face. ( c) The truncated icosahedron. Twelve pentagons have replaced the original 12 vertices, and the 20 equilateral triangles have been replaced by 20 hexagons. ( d) The C 60 molecule, "buckminsterfullerene". Buckminster Fuller was an architect who devised the geodetic dome" - a spherical like structure actually polyhedral in geometry. As C 60 is itself a geodetic dome structure, this eponymous molecular name was devised. It is commonly referred to as a "bucky ball". Lesson 11 Phase diagram for carbon 1 GPa = 9,869 atm Lesson 11 Suggested readings 12.4 Phase Diagrams...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course CHEMISTRY 102 taught by Professor Soares during the Spring '09 term at Waterloo.

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