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Unformatted text preview: Name: Block: Date: 1 Amorphous solid A Particles collide and maintain kinetic energy 2 Atmosphere B Absorbs energy; a solid becomes a gas 3 Barometer C A solid that has a organized structure 4 Boiling point D The smallest unit of a crystal 5 Condensation E A graph of press. vs temp. for a pure substance 6 Crystalline solid F Weak IMF that occurs between nonpolar particles 7 Daltons Law G Absorbs energy; a liquid becomes a gas 8 Deposition H Explains matter through size, energy, and motion 9 Diffusion I As moles increase, volume increases V/n = k 1 Dipole-dipole force J Releases energy; vapor becomes a liquid 1 1 Dispersion force K This constant changes as pressure units change 1 2 Elastic collision L The same temperature as freezing point 1 3 Evaporation M As temp. increases, so does volume V 1 /T 1 = V 2 /T 2 1 4 Freezing point N Releases energy; gas becomes a solid 1 5 Grahams Law O PV = nRT 1 6 Hydrogen bond P Special dipole force between H atoms and O atoms 1 7 Kinetic-molecular theory Q Boyles Law, Charles Law, and Gay-Lussacs Law combined into one equation 1 8 Melting point R The temperature at which a liquid boils 1 9 Pascal S Energy required to increase a liquids surface 2 Phase diagram T Strong IMF that occurs between opposite poles Chip Shea 1 11/5/2011 Name:...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Graham during the Spring '08 term at N. Colorado.
- Spring '08