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Ch 11 Solids &Liquid

Chemistry chapter 11 solids and liquids

Similarities between liquids and gases fluidity, diffusibility, permeability
The intermolecular forces that exist only between polar molecules are dipole-dipole forces
What happens to the temperature of a sample of ice at its melting point as it melts It remains the same
the change from liquid to gas when vapor pressure equals atmosphere pressure boiling
the change from solid to liquid melting
any change from liquid to gas vaporization
the attraction of particles of a liquid to the particles of another material adhesion
the direct change from solid to gas sublimation
the change that results in the formation of frost and snow deposition
the change from liquid to solid freezing
Created by: IcanDance