Given its formula classify a solid as ionic molecular

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Unformatted text preview: ent, metallic, ionic, ion- dipole forces, London/dispersion forces, dipole- dipole forces, and/or hydrogen bonding. • Know ionic, covalent, and metallic bonds are generally stronger than all types of intermolecular forces, even hydrogen bonds. • Given its formula, classify a solid as ionic, molecular, metallic or network covalent (e.g. diamond). • Diamond and Graphite o Know diamond consists of covalently bonded carbon atoms, and those covalent bonds must be broken to melt diamond. o Know graphite consists of sheets of covalently bonded carbon atoms. • Rank different solids in terms of increasing melting point by accounting for the chemical bonds or intermolecular forces broken when the solids melt. • Know the unique properties of ice resulting from the hydrogen bonds between molecules in the solid (e.g. density of solid versus liquid, why snowflakes have hexagonal symmetr...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2014 for the course CHEM 139 taught by Professor Villarba during the Winter ' term at Seattle Central Community College.

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