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Intermolecular_Forces - (a What phase change will occur...

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CHM 113 Chapter 11 Worksheet Intermolecular Forces, Liquids, and Solids 1. For each substance below, determine the type(s) of intermolecular forces that should be present in each pure liquid. CO 2 SO 2 HCl CH 3 OH CH 3 NH 2 CH 3 F 2. Compare the liquids CH 3 Cl and CH 3 Br. (a) Which should have the strongest intermolecular forces? (b) Which should have the largest boiling point? (c) Which should have the largest surface tension at a specific temperature? (d) Which should have the largest vapor pressure at a specific temperature? 3. Compare the liquids CH 3 Cl and CH 3 OH. (a) Which should have the strongest intermolecular forces? (b) Which should have the largest boiling point? (c) Which should have the largest surface tension at a specific temperature? (d) Which should have the largest vapor pressure at a specific temperature? 4. Refer to the phase diagram for water shown.
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Unformatted text preview: (a) What phase change will occur when the temperature is increased from –20 ° C to +20 ° C at 1 atm pressure? (b) What phase change will occur when the pressure is increased from 0.60 atm to 1.3 atm at 0 ° C? (c) If you start at the T and P indicated point #1, can you obtain a liquid by changing the temperature only? Explain. 5. Compare the allotropes of carbon, graphite, diamond, and buckminster fullerene (C 60 ). (a) Which is a covalent network solid? (b) Which is molecular solid? (c) Explain by C 60 is a liquid at room temperature while carbon and graphite are solids. (d) In which of these are intermolecular forces important? (e) Why does graphite conduct electricity? (Consider the hybridization and bonding) 6. Determine the number of ions of each type in each unit cell....
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