Ch 33: Intermolecular Forces, Liquids & Solids

About This Chapter

Work at your own pace as you study intermolecular solids, liquids and forces in this handy chapter. Each lesson included here is written by a professional and accompanied by a self-assessment quiz to help you finish your homework or supplement what you're reading in your textbook.

Intermolecular Forces, Liquids & Solids - Chapter Summary

Our professional instructors outline intermolecular forces, solids and liquids in detail in this chapter. Watch videos about intermolecular forces in chemistry and the kinetic molecular theory at your leisure and your own pace. If you're unsure if you're ready to take a test or move on, answer the questions included on the short quiz you'll find with each lesson or the comprehensive test at the end of the chapter. Once you've completed this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Explain the different types of intermolecular forces in chemistry with examples
  • Discuss the effect of intermolecular forces on physical properties
  • Outline the properties of liquids and solids as explained by the kinetic molecular theory
  • Detail phase changes and heating curves

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