CHEM-C 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Intermolecular Force, London Dispersion Force, Chemical Polarity

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Chapter 7: intermolecular forces and the phases of matter: molecules will have higher boiling points if they have stronger intermolecular forces, for example, if a molecule only has london forces, a molecule that has. London forces and dipole-dipole forces will have a higher boiling point than the molecule with only london forces. Types of nonmolecular solids: ionic solids, held together by ionic bonds, example: nacl (table salt, network solids, held together by covalent bonds, example: sio2 (quartz, metals, held together by metallic bonding, example: au (gold) Immiscible vs miscible: immiscible, cannot be mixed together fully, miscible, can be completely mixed together, re(cid:373)e(cid:373)ber (cid:862)like dissol(cid:448)es like(cid:863, this means a polar molecule will dissolves another polar molecular because they have similar qualities. Likewise, a nonpolar molecule will dissolve another nonpolar molecule: this also means that a polar molecule cannot dissolve a nonpolar molecule and vice versa.

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