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Intermolecular Bonding

What are network bonds? series of interlocking covalent bonds. individual bonds may be weak but the bond is general is strong.
What is intramolecular bonding? bonds within molecules
What is intermolecular bonding? bonds between molecules
What are the properties of network bonds? hard, high mp/bp, insoluable, nonconductors
What is an allotrope? One or two more different forms of an element in the same phase
What are the allotropes of carbon? Diamond, Graphite, and buckminsterfullerene
What are dipole interactions? attractions between oppositely charged ends of polar molecules
What are hydrogen bonds? a bery strong dipole attraction between molecules that contain H, and F,O,N
What are unusual properties associated with hydrogen bonds? surface tension due to strong bonds, abnormally high BP/MP, water in the liquid form is more dense than it's solid form.
What are Van Der Waals forces? interactions between fluctuating dipoles, momentary attractions between dipoles caused by enequal distribution of electrons. only in non polar liquids and solids.
Created by: shelbyshazam