Solids and Liquids


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Solids and Liquids
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INTRODUCTION Solids are substances that tend to have a definite shape indicating an extremely well-organized and regular structure (crystalline structure). The crystalline structure is studied through various means, including the use of x-rays. These studies are used to make predictions relating to the stability of the structure when under stress, the changes that occur with the addition of other substances, and the prediction of the characteristics of other crystalline substances.
CRYSTALS The arrangement of the simpler particles in a crystalli…
Citation
Jerome L. Rosenberg; Lawrence M. Epstein; Peter J. Krieger: Schaum's Outline of College Chemistry, Tenth Edition. Solids and Liquids, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export