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Use the unit cell of diamond in Figure 12-32(b) and a

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Problem 112

Use the unit cell of diamond in Figure 12-32(b) and a carbon-to-carbon bond length of 154.45 pm, together with other relevant data from the text, to calculate the density of diamond.

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Chapter 6: Intermolecular forces Key: Molecules/ molecular: molec temperature: temp represent: rep ­ Electrons: e property: prop combination: combo With: w/ Solution: solu Numbers: # moles: mol Positive: pos chemical: chem Negative: neg atmosphere: atm Boiling point: bp average: avg  Boiling point: the temp at which the vapor pressure equals the external pressure  Viscosity: measure of resistance to flow I. Intermolecular forces 

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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