Chapter Outline: Chemistry Silberberg 6e

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Chapter Outlines Chapter 12: Phases & Phase Changes & Intermolecular Forces Types of phase changes 420 Heats (enthalpy) of vaporization, fusion, and sublimation 421 Effect of temp on vapor pressure – Clausius-Clapeyron equation 427 Phase diagrams 429 Types of intermolecular forces 430 Hydrogen bonding 432 Intermolecular forces chart 436 Structure and bonding of solids 442 Spatial arrangement of solids graphic 443 & 445 Using packing of solids to determine radius or volume, etc. 446 Table: Characteristics of major types of crystalline solids 449 Molecular orbital band theory 452 Liquid crystals and LCDs 456 Ceramics and silicons 459-460 Polymeric materials 461 Chapter 13: Solutions and Colloids; 477 Types of solutions; intermolecular forces in solutions 478 Structure of proteins, soaps, and DNA 483 Why substances dissolve: heats (enthalpies) of solution and hydration 489 Table: Trends in ionic heats of hydration 489 Entropy (applied to solutions) 490 Equilibrium (applied to solubility) 492 Concentration terms (molality, etc.) 494 Table: Concentration definitions 495 Mass percent, volume percent, mole fraction 496 Colligative (collective) properties of solutions 499 Table: Molal boiling point elevation and freezing point depression constants 501 Osmotic pressure 503 Structure and properties of colloids 509 Chapter 14: Periodic patterns in main group elements; 523 Hydrogen 523 Period 2 trends 525 Group 1A; Alkali Metals 528 Group 2A; Alkaline Metals 531 Group 3A; Boron family 533 Group 4A; Carbon family 537 Group 5A; Nitrogen family 543 Nitrogen chemistry 546 Phosphorus chemistry 549 Group 6A; Oxygen family 550 Oxygen and sulfur chemistry 554 Group 7A; Halogens 555 Halogen chemistry 559 Group 8A; Noble gasses 561 Chapter 15: Organic Compounds & Carbon General properties of

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