Intermolecular_Forces_KEY

Intermolecular_Forces_KEY - CHM 113 Chapter 11 Worksheet...

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CHM 113 Chapter 11 Worksheet KEY 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 London-Dispersion Forces only SO 2 London-Dispersion Forces + Dipole-Dipole HCl London-Dispersion Forces + Dipole-Dipole CH 3 OH London-Dispersion Forces + H-bonding CH 3 NH 2 London-Dispersion Forces + H-bonding CH 3 F London-Dispersion Forces + Dipole-Dipole 2. Compare the liquids CH 3 Cl and CH 3 Br. (a) Which should have the strongest intermolecular forces? CH 3 Br (greater LD forces) (b) Which should have the largest boiling point? CH 3 Br (c) Which should have the largest surface tension at a specific temperature? CH 3 Br (d) Which should have the largest vapor pressure at a specific temperature? CH 3 Cl 3. Compare the liquids CH 3 Cl and CH 3 OH. (a) Which should have the strongest intermolecular forces? CH 3 OH (Hydrogen Bonding) (b) Which should have the largest boiling point? CH
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2010 for the course CHM 71476 taught by Professor Marks during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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Intermolecular_Forces_KEY - CHM 113 Chapter 11 Worksheet...

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