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Ch8 Worksheet - Charges CH101/Ison Ch8 Worksheet Name:...

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CH101/Ison Ch8 Worksheet Name: ____________, ____________ Molecular Network covalent Ionic Metallic Examples MP range Forces Particles Type Practice questions: 1. What types of interactions have to be broken in order to melt each of the following? a) ionic solids: ionic bonds b) molecular solids: intermolecular forces c) network covalent solids: covalent d) metallic solids : metallic bonds 2. Which type of interaction is stronger, covalent and ionic bonds or IM forces? 3. Based on your answer in Q2, which solids are harder to melt, ionic and network covalent or molecular solids. 4. What determines the strength of ionic bonds?
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Unformatted text preview: Charges CH101/Ison Ch8 Worksheet Name: ____________, ____________ 5. Determine the type of solid for each substance and indicate the substance in each pair that has the higher melting point and explain why. a) Al 2 O 3 or PF 3 dskfh b) NaCl or BeO c) Si or Kr d) CsBr or AlN e) CaF 2 or CS 2 6. Order the three cell types by increasing packing efficiency. 7. Why is diamond so much stronger than graphite? Practice problems: 5, 7, 9, 13, 23, 25, 29, 31...
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