CH11 notes - Chapter 11 Liquids and Solids B Intermolecular...

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Chapter 11 Liquids and Solids B Intermolecular Forces A. Intermolecular Forces B. Phase Changes and Phase Diagrams C. Structures of Solids HW #10 Covered On Final Exam
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Liquids and Solids B Intermolecular Forces A. Intermolecular Forces Intermolecular forces describe the attractive interactions between molecules . The strength of the intermolecular forces governs whether a substance is a gas, liquid or solid. strong forces B ionic, covalent intermediate B hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole weak B London dispersion (also called van der Waals) 1. Dipole-dipole forces Dipole-dipole interactions exist for molecules that have molecular dipoles. SO 2 example 2. Hydrogen bonding Hydrogen bonding is a type of dipole-dipole that involves a polar bond to hydrogen. Hydrogen bonds are usually stronger than other dipole-dipole. H B F example The unique properties of water arise from hydrogen bonding. Hydrogen bonding is observed
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