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biowater - dipolar, London forces, H bonding Ions solvation...

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Properties of Water Molecular Structure polar bonds, 104.5 o bond angle, polar molecule, 4 H bonds high boiling point, high melting point, high enthalpies of vaporization and fusion, high heat capacity ("thermal buffer") O H H O H H Lewis Structure VSEPR Shape Ball & Stick Model Spacefilling Model Hydrogen Bonding Ice Structure Solute Interactions non-covalent interactions:
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Unformatted text preview: dipolar, London forces, H bonding Ions solvation spheres, water dipoles surround ions with opposite charge Polar molecules water orients its dipole with solute dipole Nonpolar molecules hydrophobic interactions, water surrounds in cagelike structure Amphipathic molecules molecular assemblies...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course CHM 365 taught by Professor Thomaszamis during the Spring '06 term at FSU.

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