1023 - Some practice while you wait: Molecule Polar? (y/n)...

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Molecule Polar? (y/n) What IM forces? HNO BF H F C H C C H H C C H C F Some practice while you wait:
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Section 7.2 Intermolecular Forces Dispersion  Forces Dipole- Dipole  Forces Hydrogen  Bonding Occur in molecules Strength containing  of forces temporary dipoles  Weak ( ALL  molecules!) permanent dipoles Medium H bound to N, O or F Strong nonpolar molecules polar molecules polar molecules with H-N, H-O or H-F Dispersion  <<  Dipole-Dipole  <<  Hydrogen
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Molecule Polar? (y/n) What IM forces? HNO BF H N dispersion N H O Y dispersion, dipole-dipole,  hydrogen bonding O C O O Y dispersion, dipole-dipole N dispersion F C H C C H H C C H C F B F H Some practice while you wait:
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Section 8.1 Solids- Unit Cells Unit Cell -  smallest  repeating portion of the structure. Must repeat to fill ALL space! Each of these unit cells contains one circle.
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Section 8.1 Solids- Unit Cells Each of these unit cells contains one circle too.
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Section 8.1 Solids- Unit Cells In each box, 1 blue and 1 purple- stoichiometry is 1:1.
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Solids- Unit Cells Red = not acceptable unit cells! Green = acceptable unit cell but not the smallest! (2:2 stoich) Yellow = another acceptable unit cell!  1:1 stoichiometry
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Solids- in 3-Dimensions Focus on 3-types - all  cubic  and contain  only 1 kind of atom .
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