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Intermolecular forces. In our experiment we want to find out how intermolecular forces are present in our samples, how they interact with each other. We will experiment the relationships between molecular structures and their physical properties: volatili
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Name: Vladimir Koloskov
Section: Chem 111/102
Date submitted: 09/15/2011
Team member: Jake Harding
Experiment #16: Intermolecular Forces-The Relationship Between Physical Properties and Structure
The forces holding molecules together are generally called intermolecular forces. The energy required to break molecules apart is much smaller than a typical bond-energy, but intermolecular forces play important roles in determining the properties of a substances. In our experiment we want to find out how intermolecular forces are present in our samples, how they interact with each other. We will experiment the relationships between molecular structures and their physical properties: volatility, viscosity and solubility.
Part A: Relative Volatilities of Samples.
B. Relative Viscosities of Materials.
C. Mutual Slubilities of Liquids
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