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Exam 2 Study Guide, Chem 165 Page 1 of 2 Note: Approximately 2/3 of Exam 2 will be on material covered during Classes 7 - 10, which included Chapter 11 of the textbook (the other ~1/3 of Exam 2 will cover material from classes 11 & 12, which covered Kinetics; the study guide for this material is on the next page) As always, old exams are posted on the Chem 165 web site (click on Exams in WebCT)—note that previous courses may have moved through the material in a different order, so be aware that these old exams might have questions about material that we have not covered. Chapter 11: Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids Concepts/Vocabulary from Chapter 11: Intramolecular and intermolecular interactions; ion-dipole, dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole and dispersion forces, hydrogen bonding; polarization; surface tension, cohesion, adhesion, viscosity; amorphous and crystalline solids; unit cell, coordination number, simple cubic, body-centered cubic, face-centered cubic, closest packing, hexagonal and cubic closed-packed structures; X-ray diffraction; ionic, covalent, molecular, metallic crystals; phase and phase change, vaporization and condensation, dynamic equilibrium and equilibrium vapor pressure, molar heat of vaporization, Clausius-Capeyron equation, boiling point, melting and freezing, molar heat of fusion, sublimation and deposition, molar heat of sublimation, critical and triple points, phase diagrams.
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