Liquids - bonding, dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole,...

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C 2 H 5 H 5 C 2 H H 5 C 2 H H water alcohol ether increasing strength of IM interactions extensive H-bonds H-bonds dipole- dipole O O O
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Separate phases Increasing pressure More pressure Supercritcal CO 2
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Solids – Guessing Game Can you guess the pure substance from the properties? An ionic solid Held together by ion-ion attractive forces in an extended crystal lattice Melting point: 800 o C Boiling point: 1430 o C Appearance: colorless/white crystals Commonly found in the kitchen….
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Solids – Guessing Game Can you guess the pure substance from the properties? A metallic solid Held together by metallic forces: delocalized electrons Melting point: 660 o C Boiling point: 2467 o C Appearance: silver Commonly found in the kitchen…. Solids – Guessing Game Can you guess the pure substance from the properties? A molecular solid Held together by Intermolecular forces: H-
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Unformatted text preview: bonding, dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole, dispersion forces • Melting point: 186 o C • Boiling point: decomposes • Appearance: white solid • Commonly found in the kitchen…. Solids – Guessing Game Can you guess the pure substance from the properties? • Another network solid • Held together by covalent bonds in an infinite 2 or 3-dimensional network • Melting point: 3550 o C • Boiling point: 3825 o C • Appearance: grey • Commonly found on the desk…. Solids – Guessing Game Can you guess the pure substance from the properties? • An amorphous solid • Held together by covalent bonds but lacking long-range ordering of atom positions • Melting point: >260 o C • Appearance: clear • Too Commonly found in landfills…. Types of Solids: Summary in Table 13.1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Naleway during the Spring '08 term at Loyola Chicago.

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