Solids & Liquids Review

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    Chemistry and Solids Help

    Introduction to Solids A brick, a leaf, and a knee cap, what do these three things have in common? Can you guess? They are all solids. They have different functions and a much different make-up, but they are all members of the solid club. ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Chemistry and Liquids Help

    Introduction to Liquids Lava, a cold mountain stream, and mercury are all liquids. They are very different, with different compositions and different standard temperatures, but they are all members of the in-between element club, known as the ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    The Liquid Phase Help

    Introduction In the liquid state or phase, a substance has two properties that distinguish it from the solid phase. First, a liquid changes shape so that it conforms to the inside boundaries of any container in which it is placed. Second, a ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Chemistry and Solids Practice Test

    Review the following concepts if needed: Chemistry and Solids Help

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Solids - Crystallization and Bonding Help

    Crystallization And Bonding There are four different types of bonding that occur in crystalline solids. These determine what type of solid it is. The four types of solids are molecular, metallic, ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Chemistry and Liquids Practice Test

    Review the following concept if needed: Chemistry and Liquids Help Chemistry and Liquids Practice Test 1. Density is

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Aqueous Reactions Study Guide

    Introduction Water is the most abundant (and important, besides oxygen) substance on Earth. It is found in large amounts in cells and blood. Water is an excellent solvent and has a high boiling point, high surface tension, high heat vaporization, and low vapor ...

    Source: LearningExpress, LLC
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    Solids and Liquids Study Guide

    Introduction Unlike gases, solids and liquids are condensed states that contain strong intermolecular forces. These forces result in the properties of solids and liquids. Intermolecular Forces Intermolecular ...

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    Solids and Liquids Practice Questions

    Review the following concepts if needed - Solids and Liquids Study Guide Practice Questions What types of intermolecular forces exist among molecules in each of the ...

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