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Intermolecular Forces Complete Notes

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Complete Notes with worked examples on Intermolecular Bonding of Year 12 Chemistry

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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Intermolecular forces Chemical polarity Chemical bond Intramolecular force Van der Waals force Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Lone pair London dispersion force Johannes van der Waals
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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Intermolecular forces Chemical polarity Chemical bond Intramolecular force Van der Waals force Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Lone pair London dispersion force Johannes van der Waals
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The gases in the atmosphere, water in the oceans, ice in the polar caps and proteins, fats, nucleic acids and carbohydrates in living systems are all covalent molecular substances. Even though it is the covalent bonds that determine the chemical properties of these covalent molecular substances, it is the weak bonds between the molecules that determine their physical properties. Whether a substance is a solid, liquid or gas, whether one substance will dissolve in another, and the ability to bend and stretch or to adhere to another substance are just a few properties that depend on the weak intermolecular forces between molecules. Van der Waals forces The kinetic molecular theory was introduced to explain the properties of gases. One of the postulates of...
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