Exam 1 Study Guide CH10%26110

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Study Guide – Exam 1: Chapters 10 & 11 CHM 1046 Chapter 10: This chapter is concerned with the forces holding particles together, the strength of interparticle interactions, and how this affects the properties of materials. Properties of Solids: Ionic Solids: o Describe the bonding in ionic solids? o How does ionic bonding affect melting point, conductivity, and malleability? o Why aren’t ionic solids conductors? o Use the Bragg Equation to determine the distance between atoms in a crystal Metallic solids: o How does metallic bonding affect melting point, conductivity, and malleability o Describe the: Electron Sea Model and the MO Model o Alloys ± What are substitutional and interstitial alloys? Give examples of the above Network solids: o How is the bonding of a network solid different from that of a metallic solid? o How does the type of bonding in a network solid affect melting point, conductivity, and malleability? o Semiconductors: ± How is silicon semiconducting? ± How does doping with Group 3 or Group 5 elements affect silicon’s conductivity? Molecular Solids: o Describe the bonding in a molecular solid o How does the bonding affect melting point, conductivity, and malleability? o What forces hold a molecular solid together? Intermolecular vs. Intramolecular Forces: Dipole-Dipole o Hydrogen-bonding London Dispersion forces What is: o Vapor Pressure o Boiling Point
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o Viscosity o Surface tension o Capillary action How does the strength of intermolecular forces affect the above properties? Vapor Pressure:
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