Intermolecular Forces and Solubility
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- Predict whether each of the following chemical compounds is soluble or insoluble in water. Justify your answer based on intermolecular forces.
- A stain in a piece of fabric will not come out when you wipe it with a wet cloth. What clues does this give you about the properties of the stain? What substance can you try using to remove the stain? Justify your answer based on intermolecular forces.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3) Explain the difference between the covalent bonds and the hydrogen bonds in water.
4) Define viscosity and explain how viscosity is affected by intermolecular forces.