worksheet 10 - CH 301 Fall 2010 Worksheet 10:...

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CH 301 Fall 2010 Worksheet 10: Intermolecular Forces 1. What is the major flaw with kinetic molecular theory that makes it unable to explain condensed matter? 2. Which of the following gases would deviate the least from the ideal gas equation. Which one would deviate the most? Explain your answers. H 2 N 2 H F 3. True and false time. Be able to explain your answer. T F (a) Hydrogen bonds are sometimes stronger than covalent bonds. T F (b) A dipole moment in a molecule is caused by a difference in electron density. T F (c) An ion-ion interaction involves the sharing of electrons between nuclei. T F (d) In a series of ionic compounds, the compound with the largest charge density in the ions will have the highest melting point. T F (e) Hydrogen bonds can exist between a hydrogen atom and any other elements. T F (f) London forces in a compound can be large enough to create solid materials at room temperature. T
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course CH 50995 taught by Professor Laude during the Fall '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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