10_properties of water - The Water Molecule The structure...

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The Water Molecule The structure of the water molecule The hydrogen bond The properties of water Surface tension Physical states Heat capacity Latent heats Solvent properties (salinity) Density Thermal expansion Distribution of water properties in the ocean Thermocline, pycnocline, halocline.
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Two lecture objectives are: 1. understanding how the hydrogen bond makes the water molecule unique. 2. Calculating the heat involved in change the temperature and phases of water The structure of a water molecule Covalent bonds Polarity Hydrogen bonds Heat properties of water molecules Implications for the oceans
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Thurman, Figures 6-2 and 6.3
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>1000 Covalent bond (between atoms) 100 Ionic bond (between atoms) 10 Hydrogen bond (between molecules) 1 Van der Waals force (between molecules) Approximate relative bond strength Chemistry Revision Party
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Iclicker question . Most of the “anomalous” properties of water can be explained by the existence of ___________ that are particularly strong between individual molecules of water. a.
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