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Visualizing ConceptsConsider the following samples of

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Problem 10E

Problem 10E

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Consider the following samples of gases:

If the three samples are all at the same temperature, rank them with respect to (a) total pressure, (b) partial pressure of helium, (c) density, (d) average kinetic energy of particles. [Section and 10.7]

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CEM 141 Lecture 35: Temperature part 1 Dr. Jian Hu November 28 , 2016 - + + Cl > K > Na When drawing ionic compounds, denote size and ratio of cations to anions Lattice energy is influenced by the magnitude of changes and distances between ions Ionic bonding interactions are more of just a force of attraction between ions, rather than a true bond  Charge generally has a greater effect on lattice energy than size/distance between atoms  Melting/boiling points for ionic compounds depend most on lattice energy Ionic Compounds  Why are ionic compounds stable  not because cation is more stable – loss of electrons always requires ionization energy; ionic compounds are stable because highly charged ions form stronger interaction,

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Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science
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Author: Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward
ISBN: 9780321696724

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