General Chemistry: Kinetic Molecular Theory and Intermolecular Forces

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What type of bond is formed by sharing electrons in order to achieve an octet configuration?

Covalent bond

Which force occurs between molecules that have the same kind of atoms?

Cohesive force

In which state of matter are the particles very distant from each other?

Gas

What type of intermolecular force occurs between polar molecules containing hydrogen bonded to nitrogen, fluorine, or oxygen?

Hydrogen bond

Which type of covalent bond is characterized by atoms with similar electronegativities?

Nonpolar covalent bond

What is the force that causes the surface of a liquid to contract known as?

Surface tension

What is the force between ionic molecules and polar molecules?

Ion-dipole

What is the attractive force in polar molecules containing hydrogen bonded to nitrogen, fluorine, or oxygen?

Hydrogen bond

What type of bonding is formed by the transfer of valence electrons?

Ionic bonding

What is the force that causes the surface of a liquid to contract known as?

Surface tension

What type of bond is characterized by atoms with slightly different electronegativities sharing electrons?

Polar covalent bond

What is the interaction between polar molecules known as?

Dipole-dipole

Learn about the Kinetic Molecular Theory and different intermolecular forces such as ion-dipole and hydrogen bond. Understand the characteristics of the three states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas.

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