Q3 MOD 1 IMF
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Intermolecular forces are the forces:29
on top of molecules
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Intermolecular forces are the forces:
on top of molecules
The weaker the intermolecular forces of a substance the _____________ the boiling point
Which of the following is NOT true about crystalline solids?
Crystalline solids are anisotropic in nature
Cannot be cleaved along a definite plane
They are considered as true solids
Have a sharp melting point15sSTEM_GC11IMFIIIa-c-103
Which type of solid typically has the lowest melting point of the four types of crystals?
Solids have many different properties. ___________ solids are known for their ability to be flattened into a sheet, stretched into a wire, and to conduct energy well.
The best example of high viscosity would be?
Surface tension is the property of water in which...
water molecules at the surface tend to stick together.
water spills easily.
water tends to be see-through.
water tends to hold pressure15sSTEM_GC11IMFIIIa-c-103
Which IMF contains a temporary dipole?
Both London Dispersion Forces and Dipole Dipole
London Dispersion Forces15sSTEM_GC11IMFIIIa-c-103
This crystal system has angles that all meet at 90°, but one of the axes is not equal to the other 2: where a=b≠c and α=β=γ= 90°
This crystal system has angles that all meet at 90°, but none of the axes are the same length: a ≠ b ≠ c and α=β=γ= 90°
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