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In this lesson, we will learn how to describe common features of covalent structures and link their material properties to their chemical structures.
Which of the following properties can generally be used to differentiate a molecular solid from a covalent network?
At room temperature and pressure, the most stable form of sulfur is the simple molecule
. However, heating the material to a high temperature can produce continuous chains of sulfur atoms. Which term best describes the type of structure displayed by high-temperature sulfur?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of covalent solids?
In solids displaying simple molecular structures, which type of bonding is typically present?
Which feature of simple molecular covalent structures is responsible for their low melting and boiling points?
Which of the following is an example of a giant covalent structure?
Which of the following is a common property of giant covalent structures?
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