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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

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John C. Kotz + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337399074
Textbook Problem

In Figure 1.5 you see macroscopic and particulate views of the element bromine. Which are the macroscopic views and which are the particulate views? Describe how the particulate views explain properties of this element related to the state of matter.

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Interpretation:

The macroscopic and microscopic views has to be given and the particulate views has to be explained with state of matter

Explanation

The microscopic (particulate) view is the drawing of atomic arrangements in solid, liquid and gas states of Bromine contains atomic arrangements, and the macroscopic view is the photograph of the bromine in three states of matter in RB flask and watch glass.  The structure of the compound at the particulate level determines the properties that are observed at the macroscopic level...

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