Amorphous Solids - I. Amorphous Solids - Without shape -...

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I.Amorphous Solids -Without shape-Glass make a distinctive groupoCovalent molecular crystals: consists of covalently bonded molecules held together by intermolecular forces. If the molecules are nonpolar weak London dispersion forces. Polar covalent held together by dipole-dipole forces and hydrogen bonding. It has: low melting point, easily vaporize, relatively soft, and good insulatorsI.Equilibrium-Dynamic condition in which two opposing changes occur at equal rate in a closed system.oClosed – matter cannot enter or leaveoOpen – energy and matter can escapeoEx. sunlightheat from burner, cooling energy enters and leavesEquilibrium and Changes of State
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Atom, Mole, pH, London Dispersion Forces, vapor phase, covalently bonded molecules, Covalent Molecular Crystals

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