Which type of solid is likely to have the highest melting pointan ionic solid, a molecular solid, or an atomic solid? Explain.
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Lecture 2 -24 1 amu=1.661*10 g 23 1 mole=6.022*10 Solute, Solvent, Solution o Solute: “the substance that is dissolved in the solvent” (see pg. 139 of textbook) o Solvent: “the substance in which the solute dissolves” (see pg. 139 of textbook) o Solution: see homogenous mixture on pg. 77 of textbook An acid produces H ion when dissolved in water A base produces OH ions when dissolved in water The interaction between H and water is very strong and forms H O 3 + Lecture 3 Strong Acids: HCl, HBr, HI, HNO H SO , HClO 3 2
Textbook: Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation
Author: Steven S. Zumdahl, Donald J. DeCoste
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