Associate each of the solids Co, LiCl, SiC, and CHI 3 with one of the following sets of properties. a A white solid melting at 613°C; the liquid is electrically conducting, although the solid is not. b A very hard, blackish solid subliming at 2700°C. c A yellow solid with a characteristic odor having a melting point of 120°C. d A gray, lustrous solid melting at 1495°C; both the solid and liquid are electrical conductors.

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Chapter 11, Problem 11.81QP
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Associate each of the solids Co, LiCl, SiC, and CHI3 with one of the following sets of properties.

  1. a A white solid melting at 613°C; the liquid is electrically conducting, although the solid is not.
  2. b A very hard, blackish solid subliming at 2700°C.
  3. c A yellow solid with a characteristic odor having a melting point of 120°C.
  4. d A gray, lustrous solid melting at 1495°C; both the solid and liquid are electrical conductors.

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