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ion-dipole forcesdispersion forceshydrogen bondingionic bond+OH2H2dipole-dipole forcesIntermolecular Forces & Nuclear Chemistry Workshop Activity - Ap......
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CorrectConceptual Connection 12.5 - Enhanced - with FeedbackPart AWhich substance has the highest boiling point?ANSWER:CorrectThe compounds listed all have similar molar masses, so the dispersion forces are similar in all three. Becausecontainsdirectly bonded to,it has hydrogen bonding, resulting in the highest boiling point.Animation—Separation of Alpha (α), Beta (β), and Gamma (γ) RaysLearning Goal:To study the separation of,, andrays and their properties.Certain heavy nuclei are naturally unstable and spontaneously decompose, emitting,, andray radiation. This phenomenon is known asradioactivity. Underthe influence of an electric field, these radioactive beam components can be separated and their properties can be studied. Watch theanimationand study theseparation of,, and rays.In the video you can watch the separation of a single radioactive beam into three different components when an electric field is applied to it.Part A -Determining the charges on alpha (α), beta (β), and gamma (γ) raysIn the absence of an electric field, a radioactive beam strikes a fluorescent screen at a single point. When an electric field is applied, the radioactive beam isseparated into three different components. One of the components is deflected toward the positive electrode because it is negatively charged, one of thecomponents is deflected toward the negative electrode because it is positively charged, and one component is not deflected in any direction; instead, it movesalong a straight path.Identify the charges possessed by the different components of the radioactive beam by observing their behavior under the influence of an electric field.Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins.

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Term
Spring
Professor
CHURCHILL
Tags
Proton, Radioactive Decay, Neutron, Nuclear physics

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