class8IMF_HW

class8IMF_HW - answer the following questions. Q1. Use the...

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Page 15 Intermolecular Forces Homework Exercises Name ___________________________ Section _____________ Directions: Answer the following questions HWQ1. Which of the following molecules will not have hydrogen bonding as one of its intermolecular forces? Consider the definition of hydrogen bonding from Activity 1. Key Terms and explain your answer choice. A B C H 3 C C O OH H O O H H 3 C C CH 3 O HWQ2. Rank the following molecules and atoms in order of increasing boiling point. Br 2 N 2 CH 4 CO 2 HWQ3. Consider the following halogen compounds: Bromine chloride (BrCl) Bromine fluoride (BrF) Iodine bromide (IBr) Chlorine fluoride (ClF) Rank these halogen compounds from lowest to greatest boiling point.
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Page 16 Intermolecular Forces Homework Exercises (continued) Name ___________________________ Section _____________ Directions: With a conceptual view of boiling above and information provide in the table,
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Unformatted text preview: answer the following questions. Q1. Use the Intermolecular Flow Chart (as necessary) to complete the above table by identifying important intermolecular forces for each molecule (DD = dipole-dipole; LDF = London dispersion forces; HB = hydrogen bonding). Molecule EDG/ MDG Intermolecular Forces (DD, LDF, HB) Molecular Mass (g/mol) Boiling Point ( o C) O H H 18 100 NaCl 58 1413 C C H H H N 41 82 O C CH 3 H 3 C 58 -94 Q2. Compare the molecular masses (size) of each of the molecules. Q3. Rank the molecules from least to most polar. Q4. Compare the molecular mass and boiling point trends for each of the molecules. Q5. Based on your answers to Q1-Q4, rank the molecules from least to greatest intermolecular forces strength....
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