CH 102- Chapter 13 Notes & Key Terms
CH 102- Chapter 13 Notes & Key Terms CH 102
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Chapter 13 Notes amp Key Terms Key Terms Checkout Chapter 13 Flashcardsll Solution Concentrated Solution Solvent Molarity M 39 Solute Molality m Aqueous Solution Parts by Mass Solubility Percent by Mass Entropy Parts by Volume Miscible Mole Fraction Enthalpy of Solution Colligative Property Heat of Hydration Ideal Solution Dynamic Equilibrium Freezing Point Depression Saturated Solution Boiing Point Elevation Supersaturated Solution Osmosis Recrystallization Semipermeable Membrane Dilute Solution Osmotic Pressure Notes amp Need to Know Facts Three types of Cubic Cells Simple Cubic Coordination 6 Atoms per Unit Cell 1 BodyCentered Cubic Coordination 8 Atoms per Unit Cell 2 FaceCentered Cubic Coordination 12 Atoms per Unit Cell 4 Constructive Interference Destructive Interference i Three Types of Crystalline Solids Molecular Solids Composite Units Molecules Low Melting Point Example lce lonic Solids Composite Units Formula Units Cations and Anions High Melting Points Example Table Salt Atomic Solids Three SubTypes Formula Units Atoms Nonbonding Held together with dispersion intermolecular forces low melting points example solid Xe Metallic Held together with metallic bonds melting points vary example Au Network Covalent Held together with covalent bonds high melting points example quartz silicon dioxide Four Types of Crystals 1 Ionic Held together with electrostatic attraction poor heat and electricity conductor generally hard brittle same principles as ionic solids 2 Covalent Brittle hard poor heat and electricity conductor same principles as network covalent solids 3 Molecular Soft poor heat and electricity conductor same principles as molecular solids 4 Metallic Hard or soft good heat and electricity conductor same principles as atomicmetallic solids Glass Cooled inorganic materials that are rigid but do not crystallize transparent Phase Diagram Diagram depicting what phase a substance is in at certain temperatures and pressures Phase Diagram of Water Liquid 1 atm Solid Gas 0C 100C Temperature C Bragg s Law nlamda 2dsin theta BodyCentered Cubic r 12I 0 4r b sqrt IA2Iquot2 I 4r sqrt 3