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States of Matter Because in the solid and liquid states particles are closer ... van der Waals Forces Dipole-dipole interactions Hydrogen bonding London dispersion ...
Dispersion (Inequality) around average household income. Hypothetical Ideological Dispersion Hypothetical Ideological Dispersion (cont.) Dispersion in Percent Democratic ...
Colloidal dispersion 3. Emulsion 4. Foam 5. Gel Dispersions 1. Continuous phase 2. Dispersed phase May be solid, liquid, or gas. True Solution The dispersion of particle < 1 ...

... liquid in gas) Smokes ( very disperse solid in gas) Dusts and Powders (rough solid ... colloids Lyophobic colloids Phase Supersaturated solution Condensation Dispersion ...
Dipole-Dipole Forces Attractive forces between polar molecules Orientation of Polar Molecules in a Solid 11.2 Types of Intermolecular Forces 4. Dispersion Forces – van ...
Solid Solution Strengthening Line Defects - Dislocations Line Imperfections in the ... By Disrupting the Crystal Lattice Alloy: Solid Solution Strengthening Dispersion ...
... solids (when the temperature is lowered sufficiently) Also called: London Dispersion ... Where all 3 states coexist Curves denote existence of two states Fusion (solid ...
Introduction to Solid State Physics http://www.physics.udel.edu ... Models of lattice dispersion: Debye Models of lattice dispersion ...
Structures of Solids There are four types of solid: Molecular (formed from ... London dispersion forces increase as molecular weight increases. London dispersion ...
... Chemistry 1999: Ed Sparks Ion Activity Product varies from soil to soil: Solid ... Physical Chemistry 1999: Ed Sparks Effect of shear stress The Advection-Dispersion ...
Example Dispersion: Emulsions Emulsion A fine dispersion of one liquid in a second ... Interface Foam Solid foam Gas Aerosol Emulsion Liquid Smoke Sol Some glasses Solid ...
... Source Point Source Reasons for Spreading Modeling Dispersion Macroscopic Diffusion Tortuosity Hydrodynamic Dispersion One-Dimensional Flow Sources and Sinks - at Solid ...
... wave vector K: Lattice Energy p: polarization(LA,TA, LO, TO) K: wave vector Dispersion ... flux carrying energy: k q dk q f v Energy Flux Integrate over all the solid angle ...
Dispersed phase Dispersion medium Type of colloid Example Solid Solid Solid sol Some coloured glasses, and gem stones Solid Liquid Sol Paints ...
Dispersed phase Continuous phase Interface Foam Solid foam Gas Aerosol Emulsion Liquid Smoke Sol Some glasses Solid Gas Liquid Solid Dispersed phase Continuous phase ...
London Dispersion Forces While the electrons in the 1s orbital of helium would repel ... with Changes of State Heat of Fusion: Energy required to change a solid at its ...
Approximate the dispersion relation of any branch by a linear extrapolation of the ... frequency and Debye temperature scale with the velocity of sound in the solid.
Often the solid has regular shapes. Amorphous: no order to the particles. ... Larger molecules are more polarizable London Dispersion Forces How do we account for ...
The Solid State: Types of Solids Crystalline solids A. The Solid State: Types of ... two types To learn about dipole-dipole, hydrogen bonding and London dispersion ...
* Figure: 11-04-02UN Title: Pentane isomers have different dispersion forces Caption ... molecular, ionic, and atomic--based on the individual units that compose the solid.
1) ion-dipole forces 2) dipole-dipole forces 3) London dispersion forces 4) hydrogen ... heat of fusion: the heat energy required to melt a given mass of solid at a ...
But they are stronger than dipole-dipole and or dispersion forces. They are very ... The network solid is really one giant covalent “molecule” The two best ...
Dispersion curves Phase and Group velocity Free Oscillations - Spherical Harmonics ... waves at two positions (2) The typical dispersive behavior of surface waves solid ...
Since the particle size is small, the total surface area for absorption and dispersion is significantly larger than that of solid dosage form and it can easily penetrate ...
... forces because it exhibits hydrogen bonding, whereas N2 only exhibits London dispersion ... ions at the points of the lattice that describes the structure of the solid.

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