Chapter 5 Topics.doc - CHEM 1301 Chapter 5(8th Edition 1 Desirable properties of drinking water 2 Distribution of water on the Earth 3 Lewis structure

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CHEM 1301 Chapter 5 (8 th Edition) 1. Desirable properties of drinking water. 2. Distribution of water on the Earth. 3. Lewis structure and molecular geometry of water. 4. Electronegativity and bond polarity. 5. Relationship between molecular structure, bond polarity, and properties of water. 6. Hydrogen bonding and its importance to the properties of water. 7. Unique properties of water: -Liquid at room temperature -High boiling point -High specific heat -Density (ice is less denser than liquid water) -Solvent (good solvent for many substances) 8. Solubilities of compounds in water Rule of thumb for solubility: “Like dissolves Like”
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