About C.O.R.E.
       CHAPTERS
  1-Introduction
  2-Phys. & Chem. Prop.
  3-Atomic Structure Pt.1
  4-Nuclear
  5-Moles, Molarity,
      Reaction Types
  6-Stoichiometry
  7-Gas Laws
  8-Atomic Structure Pt.2
  9-Bonding & Geometry
  10-Intermolecular Forces
  11-Thermochemistry
  12-Colligative Properties
  13-Thermodynamics
  14-Gas Phase, Solubility,
        Complex Ion Equilibria
  15-Kinetics
  16-Acid-Base Equilibria
  17-Electrochemistry












Chapter Ten - Intermolecular Forces
Animations and Documents
Polar vs Nonpolar
This animation shows the interaction of a polar and a nonpolar liquid separating into two different layers.

Vapor Pressure
This animation shows the evaporation of a liquid producing an equilibrium vapor pressure.

Evaporative Cooling Lab Document
This is the document for the lab relating the evaporative cooling of different alcohols to their intermolecular forces.

Videos
Introduction Chapter 10
This video is the introduction to Chapter 10 of the web course.


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  Polarity Acetone and Cyclohexane
This video shows the interaction of acetone and cyclohexane with a charged rod.


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Ammonia Fountain
This video shows the high solubility of NH3 gas in water due to hydrogen bonding.


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Polarity Water and Carbon Tetrachloride
This video shows the interaction of water and carbon tetrachloride with a charged rod.


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Intermolecular Forces H2O and CO2
This video discusses the intermolecular forces in water and carbon dioxide.


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  Solubility and Electrical Conductivity
This video shows the solubility and electrical conductivity of different substances.


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Macromolecular solids
This video shows the softening of macromolecular solids.


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  Melting Points of Substances
This video shows the relative melting points of different classes of substances.


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Polarity of Unknown Liquids
This video shows tests the polarity of unknown liquids.


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  Vapor Pressure Model
This video uses foam balls to discuss the difference between a solid, liquid, and a gas.


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Vapor Pressure Model With Data
This video uses foam balls to discuss the difference between a solid, liquid, and a vapor with data.
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  Volatility of Acetone and Water
This video shows the relative volatility of acetone and water.


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