Normally we charge $1.00 for this answer

Today, you can get it FOR FREE if you

g+1, Follow or Like, us

Show me how to post my homework

Just do my homework!

  • HTML tags will be transformed to conform to HTML standards.
  • Add rel="nofollow" to external links
Question
Submitted by isaacpelayo on Thu, 2012-02-09 03:23
due date not specified
answered 1 time(s)
isaacpelayo bought 0 out of 1 answered question(s)

other students are interested:
penelope_locke on Thu, 08 Mar 2012
7 anonymous students showed interest

what type of intermolecular forces must be overcome in converting each of the following from a liquid to a gas?...

what type of intermolecular forces must be overcome in converting each of the following from a liquid to a gas? a) CO2 b) NH3 C)CHCl3 d) CCl4

Answer
Submitted by Coloratus on Thu, 2012-02-09 07:26
teacher rated 77 times
4.753245
price: $1.00

Complete answer

body preview (92 words)

xx must xxxxxxxxx the xxxx of intermolecular xxxxxx xx xxxx of xxx xxxxxxxxx based on xxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx

a) CO2 - it xx a xxxxxxxxx molecule, so the only intermolecular forces are dispersion/London forces

b) NH3 x xxxxx xxxxx is strong electronegative nitrogen and xxxxxxxx in this compound (ammonia), hydrogen xxxxxxx occurs

c) CHCl3 x since xxxx xxxxxxxx is polar xxxx ratio of hydrogen xxx xxxxxxxx atoms is irregular), then xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxx dipole-dipole forces (or Van xxx Waals xxxxxxx

d) CCl4 - xxxxxx x non-polar molecules and London xxxxxx


Buy this answer