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Compared to intramolecular forces, the strength of intermolecular forces is
a) substantially less b) slightly less c) substantially greater d) slightly greater
The intermolecular force of attraction between induced dipoles is called a(n)
a) dispersion force b) induction force c) polarization force d) inversion force
The strength of induced dipole attractions
a) increases with the size of molecules b) is greater than other intermolecular forces c) is greater than intramolecular forces d) is the same for all types of substances
Dipole-dipole forces would most likely be found in compounds made up of atoms of
a) different electronegativity b) the same element c) different atomic radius d) the same mass
In addition to hydrogen, what other atoms are most common in compounds that have hydrogen bonds?
a) any of these b) oxygen c) flourine d) nitrogen
How does hydrogen bonding affect the boiling point of water?
a) It significantly increases it. b) It significantly lowers it. c) It slightly lowers it. d) It slightly increases it.
A liquid that has a high viscosity would likely have
a) strong intermolecular forces b) weak intermolecular forces c) no intermolecular forces d) very large molecules
Those liquids that have the greatest surface tension would likely have
a) strong intermolecular forces b) no intermolecular forces c) weak intermolecular forces d) very large molecules
Water has unique and unusual properties because of the
a) hydrogen bond between polar water molecules b) linear shape of water molecules c) small size of the water molecules d) dispersion forces between water molecules
Which of the following is not a property of water?
a) higher density as a solid than as a liquid b) high heat of vaporization c) high surface tension d) excellent ability to dissolve other substances
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