## 1A. Lecture 16. Dipole Forces, Dispersion Forces.

#### Recorded on February 25, 2013.

Index of Topics:

00:22- Video Time

01:57- Ion Dipole Forces

02:56- Dispersion Forces

08:50- Gecko Feet

09:57- Van der Waals Forces

12:03- Summary of Intermolecular Force Strengths and Molecules Having Interactions

15:32- Going Back to the Lewis Structures We Did: What Intermolecular Forces are Present?

16:40- Listing Intermolecular Forces: N2

17:12- Listing Intermolecular Forces: CH2O

18:37- Listing Intermolecular Forces: XeF4+

21:04- Listing Intermolecular Forces: NO2

22:12- Listing Intermolecular Forces: SF6

22:40- Listing Intermolecular Forces: XeF4

24:45- Listing Intermolecular Forces: BH3

28:14- Listing Intermolecular Forces: POCl3

29:17- Listing Intermolecular Forces: ClF4

30:15- Listing Intermolecular Forces: NO3

31:03- Listing Intermolecular Forces: HCO2

32:10- Effects on Boiling and Melting Points

32:35- Boiling/Melting

34:28- Boiling Point

36:13- Boiling Point/Melting Point Examples

36:39- Ranking According to Melting Point

42:30- Boiling Point/Melting Point Examples

44:41- Summary of Intermolecular Force Strengths and Molecules Having Interactions

44:57- Does This Mean all H Bonded Molecules Have Higher bp/mp than Non H Bonded?

45:09- Ranking According to Boiling Point

48:15- Does This Mean all H Bonded...(revisited)

48:46- Ranking According to Boiling Point

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