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Online quiz for Chem 16.1 27L.

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    Which statement about intermolecular forces is true?

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    Determine the main type of intermolecular forces in CaO (aq).

This quiz is to test your knowledge about Chapter 12. Chapter 12 covers information about states of matter, phase changes, and intermolecular forces.

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    Which one of the following decreases as the strength of the attractive intermolecular forces increases?
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Which of the following explains why the boiling points of hydrocarbons increase with increasing molar mass? A. The larger mass makes molecules move slower, allowing for increased...
There are two correct answers to the question. The first correct answer is A, The larger mass makes molecules move slower, allowing for increased attractions. It is known that the larger the mass, the slower the molecules move. When this occurs, attr
What are the differences between intermolecular forces and intramolecular forces?
Intermolecular forces are those that bring about or result in an action between the molecules. These could include when molecules are attracted or want to move away from each other. One of the main differences between intermolecular and intramolecula
What are intermolecular forces?
The correct option is C. For water to decompose into steam, the intermolecular forces (hydrogen bonding, in this case) ought to be overcome, for the water-vapour transition to occur. Again, the answerson this website are disappointing, a little resea
What decreases as the strength of the attractive intermolecular forces increases?
The vapor pressure of a liquid The vapor of pressure of a liquid decreases as the strength of the attractive intermolecular forces increases. The vapor pressure is defined as the amount of gas of a compound that is in equilibrium (thermodynamic equil
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