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Answer: Write chemical formulas for the following

Chemistry | 12th Edition | ISBN: 9780078021510 | Authors: Raymond Chang; Kenneth Goldsby ISBN: 9780078021510 98

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Problem 21.3

Write chemical formulas for the following minerals: (a) calcite, (b) dolomite, (c) fluorite, (d) halite, (e) corundum, (f) magnetite, (g) beryl, (h) galena, (i) epsomite, (j) anhydrite.

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Lecture Saturday,January30,2016 7:08PM 1/6 Inorderforamoleculetobepolar: • Polarbonds • Dipolemomentdoesnotcancelout § ChecktheLewisStructureforthis Thestructureoficemakesitlessdensethanwater - Morespacebetweenmolecules Intermolecularforcesareeasiertobreakthanintramolecularforces. Isotropic:propertiesthesameinalldirections SurfaceTension: layerofmoleculesonsurfacebehavedifferentlythaninteriorbecauseofcohesivenessonsurface whichhasanetpullontheliquid. - Ifaliquidbeadsonasurface,andtheliquidispolar,thesurfacemust-polar. ○ Surfacepolaritycausesattractionofpolarliquidcausingtheliquidtospreadevenly. Viscosity: resistanceofliquidtoflow. -

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Raymond Chang; Kenneth Goldsby
ISBN: 9780078021510

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