Ch 21: Solid State Structure & Properties

About This Chapter

Understanding the properties of solid state structure is important for basic chemistry knowledge. Use this chapter's engaging video lessons and lesson quizzes to prepare for a class discussion or clarify your knowledge for a test. Lesson topics include the structure of a crystal lattice, differences in crystalline and amorphous solids and the electrical properties of solids.

Solid State Structure & Properties- Chapter Summary

In these lessons you will learn about topics such as crystal lattice and crystalline solids, their properties and how they are formed. Our instructors will provide information on the unit cell and magnetic properties of solids, in addition to a lesson on the creation of solids. The objectives you will be mastering include the following:

  • Identify two types of solids
  • Explore the structure and arrangement of crystal lattice
  • Discuss the different types of crystal structures
  • Understand how solids are formed from atoms and molecules
  • Describe the electrical and magnetic properties of solids

The lessons in this chapter are designed to be viewed on home computers and also mobile devices. This allows you to study at home or away from home with a reliable Internet connection. When you feel ready, there are also self-assessment quizzes included with each lesson that allow you to test yourself on what you have studied.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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