part b imfs and physical properties analysis outcomes 8 4 s2 and s3 is
Part B: IMFs and physical properties analysis (Outcomes 8.4, S2 and S3)
• Is your substance polar or nonpolar?
What is surface tension? How is this measured? (Describe the methods in your own words.) What are
the units used for surface tension? How do IMFs affect surface tension? In the grand scheme of things,
does your substance have high, average, or low surface tension?
What is viscosity? How is this measured? (Describe the methods in your own words). What are the
units for viscosity? How do IMFs affect viscosity? Would you say your compound has high or low
• In engineering applications, when would surface tension and viscosity matter?
o Is your assigned compound currently used in any engineering applications? Are there uses you
can find or think of for your compound?
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