Intermolecular forces short review from Perdue University.

Intermolecular forces short review from Perdue University.

Types of Intermolecular Forces

Types of Intermolecular Forces

van der waals intermolecular forces - van der Waals (VDW in this model): London Dispersion Forces and stronger dipole-dipole forces.

van der waals intermolecular forces - van der Waals (VDW in this model): London Dispersion Forces and stronger dipole-dipole forces.

Helpful table to see Boiling Points of Intermolecular Forces (& how to indicate which intermolecular forces have the higher boiling points)

Helpful table to see Boiling Points of Intermolecular Forces (& how to indicate which intermolecular forces have the higher boiling points)

Intermolecular Potential Energy:  In this video Paul Andersen explains the importance of intermolecular forces in chemistry. Intermolecular forces exist between dipoles (like hydrogen bonds), between dipoles and induced dipoles (like Ar and HCl) and between induced dipoles. The energy of the force is based on the size of the molecule and the number of electrons.

Intermolecular Potential Energy: In this video Paul Andersen explains the importance of intermolecular forces in chemistry. Intermolecular forces exist between dipoles (like hydrogen bonds), between dipoles and induced dipoles (like Ar and HCl) and between induced dipoles. The energy of the force is based on the size of the molecule and the number of electrons.

Intermolecular forces are responsible for most of the physical and chemical properties of matter.

Intermolecular forces are responsible for most of the physical and chemical properties of matter.

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