13.1: Intermolecular Forces
Chapter 13

Dr. Robert E. Belford




Question 1
What is the dominant intermolecular force in H2
(A)  London Dispersion (instantaneous dipole-induced dipole)
(B)  dipole-dipole
(C)  ion-dipole
(D)  hydrogen bonding
 
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Question 2
What is the major intermolecular force in H2O?
(A)  London Dispersion (induced dipole-induced dipole)
(B)  dipole-dipole
(C)  ion-dipole
(D)  hydrogen bonding
 
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Question 3
What is the major intermolecular force responsible for the dissolution of NaCl in H2O?
(A)  London Dispersion (induced dipole-induced dipole)
(B)  dipole-dipole
(C)  ion-dipole
(D)  hydrogen bonding
 

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Question 4
Which force is strongest?
(A)  dipole/dipole
(B)  ion/dipole
(C)  London Dispersion
(D)  covalent
 
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Question 5
Hydrogen bonding is a special case of:
(A)  dipole-dipole forces
(B)  ion-dipole forces
(C)  covalent bonding
(D)  London Dispersion Forces
 

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Question 6
Which has the highest boiling point?
(A)  F2
(B)  Cl2
(C)  Br2
(D)  I2
 
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Question 7
Which has the highest boiling point?
(A)  HF
(B)  HCl
(C)  HI
(D)  HBr
 
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Question 8
Which of the following molecules are not involved with hydrogen bonding?
(A)  H2,NH3
(B)  HI,HBr
(C)  HF,NH3
(D)  HCOOH,H2O
 
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Question 9
Which has the lowest boiling point?
(A)  He
(B)  Ne
(C)  Kr
(D)  Ar
 

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Question 10
Which is more polarizable?
(A)  O
(B)  S
(C)  Se
(D)  Te
 
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