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Chapter 14, Problem 7QAP
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m changes in state physical or chemical changes for molecular solids? Why?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Whether changes in state are physical or chemical for molecular solid must be explained along with reason.

Concept Introduction:

Physical state change is done by latent heat at constant temperature and pressure.

Explanation of Solution

When a molecular solid is being heated then at a particular temperature the solid starts melting to a liquid state. This time there is no increase in temperature. The phase change required is supplied by latent heat...

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