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1.What are the dominant energy terms that are responsible for cesium fluoride occurring as an ionic solid and hydrogen fluoride occurring as    a diatomic gas at standard conditions?2.Explain why the energy separation between the t2g and eg  d molecular orbitals in  Mo(OCH3)6   is smaller than the value for Mo(CO)6   even though  the average Mo-OCH3 bond dissociation enthalpy is more than  twice the    M-CO

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1.What are the dominant energy terms that are responsible for cesium fluoride occurring as an ionic solid and hydrogen fluoride occurring as    a diatomic gas at standard conditions?

2.Explain why the energy separation between the t2g and ed molecular orbitals in  Mo(OCH3)6   is smaller than the value for Mo(CO)6   even though  the average Mo-OCH3 bond dissociation enthalpy is more than  twice the    M-CO  

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The intermolecular forces are defined as the forces which are responsible for interaction between the molecules. These include the attraction as well as repulsion forces.

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The solids made up of oppositely charged ions are known as ionic solids. The positively charged ions are termed as cation and negatively charged ions are termed as anions. On dissolving in water, the ionic solids dissociate into the respective cations and anions. The free cation (positively charged)...

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