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Atoms, molecules & crystals

Andrew Lambert

Atoms, molecules & crystals

by Andrew Lambert

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Published by Blackie in Glagow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atoms.,
  • Molecules.,
  • Crystals.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew Lambert.
    SeriesModular science
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC173, QD905.2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14966154M
    ISBN 100216905834
    OCLC/WorldCa16552551

    Introduction to Bonding []. Put simply, chemical bonding join atoms together to form more complex structures (like molecules or crystals). Bonds can form between atoms of the same element, or between atoms of different elements. There are several types of chemical bonding which have different properties and give rise to different structures. A.) Ionic bonds between water molecules expand when solid. B.) Covalent bonds within water molecules expand when solid. C.) Nuclear forces form expansive crystals as freezing occurs. D.) Hydrogen bonds between water molecules expand when solid. E.) Hydrogen donates electrons to oxygen as freezing occurs.-Answer D.

    Crystals. In the physical sense, a crystal is a set of atoms, molecules, or ions arranged in a definite geometric pattern in three dimensions. The ideal crystal is made up of unit cells which are the smallest parallelepipeds that can be fitted together to form the crystal.   This book distills the knowledge gained from research into atoms in molecules over the last 10 years into a unique, handy reference. Throughout, the authors address a wide audience, such that this volume may equally be used as a textbook without compromising its research-oriented character.

    When atoms of different types of elements join together, they make molecules called compounds. Water consists of compound molecules made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom. This is why it's called H 2 O. Water will always have 2 times the number of hydrogen atoms as oxygen atoms. Water Molecule showing 1 Oxygen atom and 2 hydrogen atoms. All atoms and molecules will condense into a liquid or solid in which the attractive forces exceed the kinetic energy of the molecules, at sufficiently low temperature. 7. (a) Dispersion forces occur as an atom develops a temporary dipole moment when its electrons are distributed asymmetrically about the nucleus.


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