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  1. Which of the intermolecular forces is the weakest?
    London dispersion forces
  2. What force exists between all molecules?
    London dispersion forces
  3. London dispersion forces increase as molar mass _______
    increases
  4. Dipole-dipole forces increase with _____________ polarity
    increasing
  5. Hydrogen bonding is a type of ________ force
    dipole-dipole
  6. Hydrogen bonding bonds hydrogen to _________
    fluorine, oxygen, or nitrogen
  7. Viscosity is a measure of a fluid's ____________________
    resistance to flow
  8. Viscosity increases as the strength of intermolecular force __________
    increases
  9. Surface tension is __________
    the amount of energy required to increase the surface area of a liquid
  10. Cohesive forces __________
    bind molecules of the same kind to each other
  11. Adhesive forces __________
    bind molecules of different kinds to each other
  12. Liquid boils when __________
    the vapor pressure equals the external pressure
  13. Temperature of boiling point increases as pressure __________
    increases
  14. __________ are well ordered, definite arrangement of molecules, atoms, or ions
    Crystalline solids
  15. Crystals have a(n) __________ structure
    ordered, repeated
  16. A unit cell is __________
    the smallest repeating unit in a crystal
  17. A crystal lattice is __________
    three dimensional stacking of unit cells
  18. Molecular solids are__________
    soft with low melting points and poor conductivity
  19. Weak intermolecular forces means __________ melting point
    Low
  20. Room temperature gases and liquids usually form __________ solids at low temperature
    molecular
  21. Covalent solids are __________
    very hard with high melting points and poor conductivity
  22. Covalent solids are __________ ordered
    well
  23. Ionic solids are __________
    hard, brittle, have a high melting point, and poor conductivity
  24. Metallic solids are
    both soft and hard, have high melting points, have good conductivity, and are malleable and ductile

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