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States of Matter

Sublimation solid to a gas
Deposition gas to a solid
Movement of solid particles and gas particles vibrate, zoom
How do you know if a molecule is polar or non-polar? What are the corresponding number values? Electronegativity .3 and down are non-polar and .3 and up are polar
The stronger the intermolecular forces, the _____ the vapor pressure and the ______ the boiling or melting points lower, higher
Why would water boil at a higher temperature at Death Valley ( below sea level) and at a lower temperature in Denver higher pressure = higher B.P boiling point
Vapor Pressure as temperature increases the amount of vapor in a closed container increases
how are vapor pressure and temperature related? increase in temp causes vapor pressure to rise
What is volatility? Which is more volatile a polar or a non polar compound? measure of a substance propensity to vaporize nonpolar is more volatile
What is conduction transfer of heat by direct contact
what is convection transfer of heat by current actual fluid motion
what is radiation? heat transfer by electromagnetic waves
OK is known as what? absolute zero
What happens at this temperature? motion stops
Created by: murphy1717