By Eugene R. Weiner
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7 INTERMOLECULAR FORCES Volatility, solubility, and sorption processes all result from the interplay between intermolecular forces. All molecules have attractive forces acting between them. The attractive forces are electrostatic in nature, created by a nonuniform distribution of valence shell electrons around the positively charged nuclei of a molecule. When electrons are not uniformly distributed, the molecule will have regions that carry net positive or negative charges. A charged region on one molecule is attracted to oppositely charged regions on adjacent molecules, resulting in the so-called polar attractive forces.
The molecular weight of CaCO3 is 40 þ 12 þ 3 Â 16 ¼ 100 g One mole of CaCO3 is the quantity that weighs 100 g. ß 2007 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. A water sample is taken from a stream that passes through soils containing gypsum (CaSO4), some of which dissolves. The stream already carries some Ca2þ and SO2À 4 dissolved from other mineral sources. Laboratory analysis of the water shows 2þ SO2À ¼ 244 mg=L: 4 ¼ 576 mg=L; Ca Will a precipitate of CaSO4 develop in the stream? Calculation: The precipitation reaction is Ca2þ þ SO2À 4 !
Moles per liter are related to the number of impurity molecules, rather than the mass of impurity. Because chemical reactions involve one-on-one molecular interactions, regardless of the mass of the reacting molecules, moles are best for chemical calculations, such as balancing chemical reactions and calculating reaction rates. A common chemical notation for expressing a concentration in mol=L is to enclose the constituent in square brackets. 4 mol=L. 173 mg of sodium. What is the concentration in mg=L of sodium in the sample?