Intermolecular Forces Solubility Melting Points

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Intermolecular Forces, Solubility and Melting Points

Introduction

Intermolecular forces are important concepts in organic chemistry. We can use it to explain: solubility, extraction, thin-layer chromatography, paper chromatography, gas chromatography, and column chromatography, among other topics.

In order to have a good understanding of IM forces, we need to have a grasp of dipole moments:

Determine whether each compound below exhibits a molecular dipole moment.


Molecule

Lewis Structure

Does the molecule have a dipole?

CH4




NH3




H2O




CO2




CCl4




CH2Br2





Recall that there are five types of IM forces: London dispersion forces, dipole-dipole, H-bonding, ion-dipole, and ion-ion.  Indicate the strongest type of intermolecular force present in the following compounds:


Compound

IM Force

Compound

IM Force

Butane

CH4

CH3CH2OH

CH3COCH3

NaCl

NaCH3O

CH3OCH3  

octane


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