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Intermolecular and Intramolecular Forces- Card Sort Activity

Complete the following table individually. Then in each group cut out one table and place the
substances into a reasonable order.
Substance Formula Melting Intramolecular Force Intermolecular Force Lewis Dot Structure
Point (ionic or covalent) (Ionic, London Dispersion,
(C) Dipole-Dipole or Hydrogen
Bonding)

Sodium NaCl 800


Chloride

Methane CH4 -183

Hydrochloric HCl -144


Acid

Potassium KI 681
Iodide

Water H2O 0

Magnesium MgF2 1,248


Fluoride

Ammonia NH3 -33

Sulfur SO2 -72


Dioxide

Compare the covalent compounds with the ionic compounds and make a generalization about the
structure and the melting point?
Intermolecular and Intramolecular Forces- Card Sort Activity

Compare the characteristics of methane, benzene and naphthalene below. What factor seems to be
responsible for the differences in melting? How would they fit in with the order of your table?

Substance Formula Melting Intramolecular Force Intermolecular Force Lewis Dot Structure
Point (ionic or covalent) (Ionic, London Dispersion,
(C) Dipole-Dipole or Hydrogen
Bonding)

Methane CH4 -183 Covalent London Dispersion

Benzene C6H6 5 Covalent London Dispersion

Naphthalene C10H10 80 Covalent London Dispersion

Compare the covalent compounds with the ionic compounds and make a generalization about the
structure and the melting point?
Intermolecular and Intramolecular Forces- Card Sort Activity

Compare the characteristics of methane, carbon tetrachloride, and silicon tetrabromide below. What
factor seems to be responsible for the differences in melting? How would they fit in with the order of
your table?

Substance Formula Melting Intramolecular Intermolecular Force Lewis Dot Structure


Point Force (Ionic, London Dispersion,
(C) (ionic or covalent) Dipole-Dipole or Hydrogen
Bonding)

Methane CH4 -183 Covalent London Dispersion

Carbon CCl4 -23 Covalent London Dispersion


Tetrachloride

Silicon SiBr4 5 Covalent London Dispersion


Tetrabromide