Explain the following phenomena in terms of intermolecular forces. Determine the major type of forces between the molecules.
a) You can't clean grease off you hand with water only
b) Pancake syrup is more dense than olive oil. Please provide the structure of both in your discussion.
c)Water beads up on a newly waxed car
d)Br2 and I2 are both nonpolar compounds with London forces being the major types of forces between their molecules. Yet, Br2 is liquid and I2 is solid at room temperature.
In terms of its structure and intermolecular forces, why is neoprene able to stretch? I want to say it's because its carbons form a long chain which easily stretches, but I'm not sure how intermolecular forces factor into that.
What is the strongest of the intermolecular forces http://wine1.sb.fsu.edu/chm1045/notes/Forces/intermol/Forces02.htm The strongest is electrostatic forces between ions. But I don't call electrostatic forces between ions
Hello, I need help solving this problem on intermolecular dispersion forces. Can you explain how I go about finding the answer? Which member of the following has the stronger intermolecular dispersion forces? a. CO CO2 neither of
So I am trying to understand in molecular terms the solubility of NaCl in water. So there are intramolecular forces that are mostly ionic between the ions, creating this partial positive, partial negative substance. And the
Explain how dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, and hydrogen bonds (intermolecular forces) affect the 2 states of matter using phase changes and heating curves. What is the effect on vapor pressure with dispersion forces,
What are intermolecular forces? What do intermolecular forces have to do with the states of matter? I tried googling it, but they gave me really fancy answers and i need something that i will be able to understand
Answer/ explain the following in terms of intermolecular forces and properties of the substances referred to in each situation. 1. Why is it that if a glass is slightly filled above the brim with water, the liquid does not
Solarcaine aerosol spray is used for temporarily relieving pain as it works as a topical anesthetic numbing the skin. Solarcaine is in fact benzocaine, C9H11NO2 with molar mass 165.2 g/mol. If a 100.0 mL spray can contains 1.00 g
1) For a series of small molecules of comparable molecular mass, which of the following choices lists the intermolecular forces in the correct increasing order? a) dipole-dipole forces < London forces < hydrogen bonds b) hydrogen