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51) Which intermolecular force found in CCl2H2 the strongest? A) dispersion

Question : 51) Which intermolecular force found in CCl2H2 the strongest? A) dispersion : 1868608

51) Which intermolecular force found in CCl2H2 is the strongest?

A) dispersion forces

B) dipole-dipole forces

C) hydrogen bonding

D) X-forces

E) none of the above

52) What types of forces exist between I2 molecules?

A) dispersion forces

B) dipole-dipole forces

C) hydrogen bonding

D) ion-dipole forces

E) none of the above

53) Dry ice (solid CO2) is which type of solid?

A) molecular solid

B) ionic solid

C) covalent atomic solid

D) nonbonding atomic solid

E) metallic atomic solid

54) NaCl is which type of solid?

A) molecular solid

B) ionic solid

C) covalent atomic solid

D) nonbonding atomic solid

E) metallic atomic solid

55) Silicon is which type of solid?

A) molecular solid

B) ionic solid

C) covalent atomic solid

D) nonbonding atomic solid

E) metallic atomic solid

56) Copper is which type of solid?

A) molecular solid

B) ionic solid

C) covalent atomic solid

D) nonbonding atomic solid

E) metallic atomic solid

57) Which atomic solid has the highest melting point?

A) Cu

B) Si

C) Xe

D) Fe

E) not enough information

58) What are the principal forces holding ice together?

A) dispersion forces only

B) electrostatic attraction

C) intermolecular forces

D) sea of electrons

E) none of the above

59) Why is water considered an unusual molecule?

A) No molecule of similar size is a liquid at room temperature.

B) No molecule of similar size has as high a boiling point.

C) Water can dissolve many polar and ionic compounds.

D) Water expands upon freezing.

E) all of the above

60) The reason for many of the unique properties of water is:

A) dispersion forces.

B) the ability to form hydrogen bonds.

C) high surface tension and low volatility.

D) moderate viscosity and expanding upon freezing.

E) all of the above

61) Which sequence correctly shows the increasing density of the three phases of water?

A) solid < liquid < gas

B) gas < liquid < solid

C) gas < solid < liquid

D) liquid < gas < solid

E) none of the above

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