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14 Cards in this Set

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momentary dipoles induced in covalent bonds. Nonpolar molecules experience a special form of dipole-dipole forces called_______
weakest intermolecular force
attractive between positive and negative ends in polar covalant molecules.
intermediate intermolecular force
involves dipoles between N-H, O-H,and F-H
strongest bond
hydrogen bonding
is a region that has the same composition and properties through out.
a part of matter that is uniform
the state in which a chemical process and that reverse chemical process occur at the same rate such that the concentration of reactants and products do not change
the partial pressure exerted by a vapor that is in equilibrium with its liquid state at a give temperature
vapor pressure
a graph of the relationship between t he physical state of a substance of hte temperature and pressure of the substance
phase diagram
the temperature and pressure conditions at which s the solid, liquid, and gaseous phases of a substance coexist at equilibrium
triple point
the temperature and pressure at which the gas and liquid state of a substance beocme indentical and form one phase
critical point
total energy of a system
measure of disorder and multiplicity of a system
examples disolving ions, diffusion of gas and liquid molecules, more particles form, formation of gases evaporation, formation of liquid of solid melting.
deltaG= deltaH- TdeltaS
delta G = 0 at equilibrium
gibbs free energy
heat of fusion= liquid at melting point- solid at boiling point
heat of fusion
heat of vaporization= vapor at boiling point- liquid at boiling point
heat of vaporization