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Published on Jun 2, 2014
Table of Contents: 00:09 Lecture: 1.5: Inter-Molecular Forces: Keesom Force 01:30 Last Lecture: Electrostatic Intermolecular Interactions 02:12 This Lecture: Electrostatic Intermolecular Interactions 03:48 5. Interaction between polar molecules: fixed orientation 08:03 Dipole-Dipole Interactions 08:41 Representative plots of f(θ1,θ2,ϕ) 10:48 Interaction potential energy between in-plane (ϕ=0°) permanent dipoles 13:41 6. Interaction between polar molecules: angle averaged 16:41 The Keesom interaction between two ethanol molecules 18:24 7. Interaction potential energy between a polar and non-polar molecule 22:24 The induced dipole moment is a function of E 23:10 If the non-polar molecule is replaced by a polar one, then the second ... 24:43 Appendix A: Derivation of the angle-averaged Keesom interaction
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