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IMFS

Quiz by Natalie Wieland

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13 questions
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  • Q1
    In which of the following processes are intramolecular forces broken?
    H2O(s) --> H2O(g)
    I2(s) --> I2(g)
    NaCl(s) --> NaCl(l)
    H2O(l) --> H2(g) + O2(g)
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  • Q2
    At 298 K and 1 atm, Br2 is a liquid and Cl2 is a gas. Those observations provide evidence that under the given conditions, the
    forces among Br2 molecules are stronger than those among Cl2 molecules
    forces among Cl2 molecules are stronger than the Cl−Cl bond
    Cl−Cl bond is stronger than the Br−Br bond
    Br−Br bond is stronger than the Cl−Cl bond
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  • Q3
    In the diagram above, which of the labeled arrows identifies hydrogen bonding in water?
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    D
    C
    A
    B
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  • Q4
    In which of the following liquids do the intermolecular forces include dipole-dipole forces?
    CF4
    CH4
    CH2F2
    F2
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  • Q5
    Which of the following is the strongest type of interaction that occurs between the atoms within the circled areas of the two molecules represented above?
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    London Dispersion Forces
    Dipole Dipole forces
    Polar Covalent Bonding
    Hydrogen bonding
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  • Q6
    As time increases, what phase change is happening at point D on the curve above?
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    melting
    heating
    freezing
    boiling
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  • Q7
    Indicate the main/dominant type of IMF capabilities in O2.
    London Dispersion forces
    Hydrogen Bonding
    dipole dipole forces
    double bond forces
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  • Q8
    Indicate the main/dominant type of IMFs capabilities in NH3.
    Dipole Dipole forces
    Polar Covalent Forces
    Hydrogen Bonding
    London Dispersion Forces
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  • Q9
    How does boiling point relate to the intermolecular forces?
    Higher b.p., lower intermolecular forces
    Higher b.p., moderate intermolecular forces
    Lower b.p., lower intermolecular forces
    Lower b.p., higher intermolecular forces
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  • Q10
    The particles in a liquid are usually
    farther apart and lower in energy than those in a solid.
    closer together and lower in energy than those in a solid.
    farther apart and higher in energy than those in a gas.
    closer together and lower in energy than those in a gas.
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  • Q11
    The atm pressure in Denver is 0.83 atm (normal boiling is at 1.0atm), so water boils at______ in Dever.
    100 oC
    110 oC
    0 oC
    95 oC
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  • Q12
    According to the graph above, which liquid has strongest IMF capabilities
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    water
    diethyl ether
    ethyl alcohol
    ethylene glycol
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  • Q13
    A ranking of the IMFS in terms of their general strengths (weakest to highest) would be
    london dispersion, dipole-dipole, hydrogen bonding
    london dispersion, hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole
    hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole, london dispersion
    hydrogen bonding, london dispersion, dipole-dipole
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