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  • 1. Interparticle Forces and Phase Diagrams Music: “Hold On Loosely” by 38 Special
  • 2. Forces of Chemistry and Physics
  • 3. Interparticle Forces
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  • 5. Hydrogen “bridge” page 178 middle
  • 6. Requirements for a Hydrogen “Bond” page 178 bottom
  • 7. Four cases of Hydrogen “Bonding” page 179 bottom
  • 8. Making surfaces more hydrophobic
  • 9. Hydrogen bonding in DNA
  • 10. Inorganic examples of H-bonding
  • 11. Phase Transitions (Phase Changes)
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  • 14. Phase Diagrams (especially one-component P vs. T graphs)
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  • 17. Summary of the Information Available in the CO 2 Phase Diagram
  • 18. Value of a Phase Diagram
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  • 24. 3-D graph of ideal gas properties
  • 25. A graph of three variables (such as P, V, & T) requires three dimensions and is often a surface rather than a line as for the 2-D graphs. A 3-D Phase diagram (with only one component): A surface representing the properties of a typical pure substance (what a theoretical equation of state would have to account for) Each point on the curving surface represents a set of values of the pressure, temperature, and molar volume that can be attained by this substance.
  • 26. Two-component Phase Diagrams (Temp vs. Composition)
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