C2 - Covalent Substances

  • Molecular
  • macromolecules
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What are the forces in molecules?
Strong covalent bonds, weak forces of attraction.
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What are the properties of molecules?
The result of the weak intermolecular forces is that they have low melting and boiling points.
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What are macromolecules?
Giant covalent structures with no charge.
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What are the properties of macromolecules?
Strong covalent bonds, high melting and boiling points. Don't conduct electricity.
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Give some examples of macromolecules.
Diamonds, graphite, silisone dioxide.
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What are the properties of molecules?

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The result of the weak intermolecular forces is that they have low melting and boiling points.

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What are macromolecules?

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What are the properties of macromolecules?

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Give some examples of macromolecules.

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