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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 dierences 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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