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2. The intermolecular bonds for halogens are...

  • covalent
  • polar
  • instantaneous dipole-induced dipole bonds
  • permanent dipole-permanent dipole bonds

3. Define electronegativity

  • How good an atom is at gaining/losing electrons
  • The degree to which an atom of an element attracts electrons
  • The degree to which an atom of an element gets rid of its electrons
  • The degree to which an atom of an element repels electrons

4. What are the advantages of a batch process?

  • Time consuming to clean reaction vessel, may require larger workforce, many products in one reaction vessel
  • Less flexible, suited to all types of products, low cost to build plants
  • Cost effective for small quantities, low capital costs for plant, different products in the same vessel
  • Suited to high tonnage products, can operate for months at a time without shut-down, easily automated therefore smaller workforce

5. If an oxidation state decreases, the compound is...

  • neutralised
  • reduced
  • oxidised

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