Chem: Liquids and Solids Quiz

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Chem: Liquids and Solids Quiz
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  1. Solid with a weak bond formed by two non metals
    Covalent
  2. First element of an Ionic bond
    Metal
  3. Liquid to Gas
    Boiling Point
  4. IMF made up of water
    Hydrogen Bonding
  5. Attractive force between the surface of a liquid and the surface of a solid
    Capillary Action
  6. Pressure of a gas above a liquid at equilibrium
    Vapor Pressure
  7. Phase change that goes from liquid to gas at room temperature
    Evaporation
  8. Attraction of a substance to another substance
    Adhesion
  9. Solid that maintains liquid properties
    Amorphous
  10. To go from a solid to a gas
    Sublimation
  11. Another name for an ionic bond
    Salt
  12. Measure of evaporation rate
    Volatility
  13. Solid with astrong bond where invidivudal atoms surrounded by a season of elevtions
    Metallic
  14. Weakest IMF, usually gas at room temperature
    London Dispersion
  15. Reason why water molecules bead up on wax
    Surface Tension
  16. Solid with a strong bond held together by dipole-dipole IMF
    Ionic
  17. Amount of heat a substance can abosrb
    Heat Capacity
  18. Attractive force between particles
    Cohesion
  19. Strongest IMF, usually solids at room temperature
    Dipole
  20. Bonds bewtween atoms or compounds that dictates if a substance is a solid liquid or gas
    IMF
  21. The IMF of a solid is...
    Very strong
  22. The IMF of a liquid is...
    Weak
  23. Can a solid be a fluid?
    No
  24. Can a liquid be a fluid?
    Yes
  25. The density of a solid is...
    High
  26. The density of a liquid is...
    Low
  27. Can a solid be compressible?
    (if no then why?)
    No because the particles are already too close together
  28. Can a liquid be compressible?
    (if no then why?)
    Slightly
  29. Can a solid go through diffusion?
    (if no then why?)
    No because the particles want to stay together
  30. Can a liquid go through diffusion?
    (if no then why?)
    Yes
  31. What property causes oil to travel up the wick of an oil lamp?
    Cohesion
  32. All atoms are covalently bonded together
    Covalent Molecular
  33. Molecules are held together by intermolecular forces
    Covalent Molecular
  34. Charged particles are arranged in a geometric pattern
    Ionic
  35. Results in the highest melting point
    Metallic
  36. When IMF are solid (strong)...
    Volatility is ______
    Low
  37. When IMF are solid (strong)...
    Vapor Pressure is ______
    Low
  38. When IMF are solid (strong)...
    Boiling Point is _____
    High
  39. When IMF are liquid (weak)...
    Volatility is _____
    High
  40. When IMF are liquid (weak)...
    Vapor Pressure is _______
    High
  41. When IMF are liquid (weak)...
    Boiling Point is _____
    Low
  42. Ionic Bonds are usually...
    Solids
  43. Polar Covalent Bonds are usually...
    Liquids
  44. Non Polar Covalent Bonds are usually...
    Gasses
  45. Strength of Non Polar Covalent Bond's IMF?
    Weak
  46. Strength of Polar Covalent Bond's IMF?
    Moderate
  47. Strength of Ionic Bond's IMF?
    Strong
  48. Liquid to gas at boiling point
    Vaporization
  49. Liquid to gas in equal ratios
    Equilibrium
  50. Solid to a liquid
    Melting
  51. Liquid to Solid
    Freezing
  52. Gas to Liquid
    Condensation

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