Chemistry Solved_Part_28

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Unformatted text preview: ©2010 Digital Interactive Video Education Week 17 83 LESSON 32: INTERMOLECULAR FORCES Assignment: 1) Read textbook pages corresponding to this topic. 2) Defne the ¡ollowing terms: Kinetic theory, van der Waals forces, dipole-dipole interaction, hydrogen bond, dispersion force 3) Watch lecture and take notes. 4) Complete review questions, and check answers. LESSON 32 REVIEW QUESTIONS Solutions are at the end o¡ the video ¡or this lesson. 1-10 1 pt each. True or False 1) A covalent bond is a type o¡ intramolecular bond. 2) Dipole-Dipole interactions are the ¡orces used to describe the attraction between nonpolar molecules. 3) Ionic bonds can be thought o¡ as both intermolecular and intramolecular ¡orces. 4) Dispersion ¡orces are a type o¡ metallic bond. 5) The kinetic theory states that particles are in constant motion. 6) The movement o¡ electrons around an atom is what generates dispersion ¡orces. 7) Dipole-dipole interactions are much stronger than ionic bonds. 8) Hydrogen bonds are usually the strongest intermolecular ¡orces created between covalently bonded molecules. 9) Connection to Lesson 16: Polar bonds are created between atoms o¡ similar electronegativity. 10) Connection to Lesson 14: In metallic bonds, the electrons are ¡ree to move throughout the material. 11) Describe the major di¡¡erences between dipole-dipole interactions, hydrogen bonds, and dispersion ¡orces. 3 pts. 12) Using what you know about atomic bonding, molecular shapes and polarity (Lesson 14, 15 and 16), determine what type o¡ intermolecular ¡orces would be generated between molecules o¡ CH 4 . Give a reason ¡or your answer. 3 pts.3 pts....
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