Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces

Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces -- Section 10 of General Chemistry Notes is 18 pages in length (page 10-1 through page 10-18) and covers ALL you'll need to know on the following lecture/book topics:

SECTION 10 - Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces

10-1 -- Three States of Matter: Gases, Liquids, and Solids
10-1 -- Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s)
· Dipole-Dipole Forces
· London Dispersion Forces (LDF) or “van der Waals” Forces
10-3 -- Hydrogen Bonding
10-4 -- London Dispersion Forces - a Closer Look
· Instantaneous Dipoles
· Induced Polarization
10-5 -- The Liquid State
· Surface Tension
· Capillary Action
· Cohesive Forces and Adhesive Forces
· Viscosity
10-6 -- Amorphous Solids
10-6 -- Crystalline Solids
· Lattice Framework of Solids
· Simple Cubic Unit Cells
· Body-Centered Cubic Unit Cells (bcc)
· Face-Centered Cubic Unit Cells (fcc)
· Hexagonal Closest Packing Arrangements
· Cubic Closest Packing Arrangements
10-9 -- Types of Crystalline Solids
· Ionic Solids and Molecular Solids
· Atomic Solids, Network Solids, and Metallic Solids
10-10 -- The Electron Sea Model for Metallic Bonding
10-11 -- Metal Alloys
· Substitutional Alloys
· Interstitial Alloys
10-11 -- Semiconductors
· n-type Semiconductors
· p-type Semiconductors
10-13 -- The Vapor Pressure of Liquids
· Heat of Vaporization (Enthalpy of Vaporization)
· Dynamic Equilibrium
· Equilibrium Vapor Pressure
· The Vapor Pressure of a Liquid
· Volatile Liquids
10-15 -- Mathematical Relationship between Vapor Pressure and Temperature
10-16 -- Changes of State
10-16 -- The Heating Curve for Water
· The Molar Heat of Fusion (Enthalpy of Fusion)
· The Molar Heat of Vaporization (Enthalpy of Vaporization)
· Normal Melting Points and Normal Boiling Points
10-18 -- Phase Diagrams

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