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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

solids that melt at relatively low temperatures

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Solids that melt at relatively low temperature must be matched with the options given from serial number a to n.

Concept Introduction:

Molecular solids are substances in which discrete molecules are there.

Explanation

In molecular solids there are discrete molecules. There is very weak van der Waal forces...

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