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r Exercises 51-60 choose one of the following terms to match the definition or description given.

alloy

. specific heat

. crystalline solid

. dipole-dipole attraction

. equilibrium vapor pressure

. intermolecular

. intramolecular

. ionic solids

. London dispersion forces

. molar heal of fusion

. molar heal of vaporization

. molecular solids

. normal boiling point

. semiconductor

repeating arrangement of component species in a solid

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Repeating arrangement of component species in a solid should be matched with the given options from serial number a to n.

Concept Introduction:

Crystalline solid is a type of solid which is not like amorphous powder. Crystalline solids have definite melting point and that’s why these are known as true solids.

Explanation

Crystalline solid has particular arrangements of atoms. Unlike amorphous powder crystalline solid s have definite melting point...

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