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Solid Structures and Types (College)

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Solid Structures and Types

1. 
Which of the following behaviors is correctly associated with solids?
  1. Vibration
  2. Free flow
  3. Straight, random-line motion
  4. None of the above
 
2. 
Which of the following solids has a geometric arrangement of components in a 3D lattice, much like a cube?
  1. amorphous solids
  2. crystalline solids
  3. carbon rings
  4. none of the above
3. 
Which of the following solids lacks an ordered arrangement?
  1. ice cube
  2. sodium chloride
  3. glass
  4. sucrose
 
4. 
Which of the following solids contains molecules that occupy lattice points?
  1. Sodium chloride
  2. Sucrose
  3. Plastic
  4. Glass
5. 
Which of the following would be classified as an atomic network solid?
  1. Silver Chloride
  2. Ice
  3. Graphite
  4. Glass
 
6. 
Which of the following methods can be used to analyze crystalline solids?
  1. X-Ray Diffraction
  2. IR spectroscopy
  3. FTIR spectroscopy
  4. Paper Chromatography
7. 
Which of the following equations correctly represents Bragg's law?
  1. [math]xy+yz=nlambda[/math]
  2. [math]xy+yz=2dsintheta[/math]
  3. [math]nlambda=2dsintheta[/math]
  4. [math]2lambda=ndsintheta[/math]
 
8. 
Which of the following is associated with parallel beams that are "in phase"?
  1. destructive interference
  2. refraction
  3. reflection
  4. constructive interference
9. 
Briefly explain why metallic solids conduct electricity.



 
10. 
An ionic solid will conduct electricity in aqueous solution as a result of the charges of the ions.
  1. True
  2. False

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