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 How can you classify solids on the basis of the nature of the forces between the constituent particles?
 
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Adarsh
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On the basis of the nature of forces between the constituent particles solids can be classified into four:
(1) Molecular solids
         They can be further classified into three:
         (i)   Non polar molecular solids
               Here atoms or molecules are held together by weak dispersion or london forces
               eg;H2, I2, etc.
         (ii)  Polar molecular solids
               Here molecules are held together by dipole-dipole interactions
               eg; solid NH3, solid SO2, etc.
         (iii)  Hydrogen bonded molecular solids
               Here molecules are held together by strong hydrogen bonding
               eg; H2O, HF, etc.
(2) Ionic solids
    Here ions are held together by coulombic or electrostatic forces.
    eg; NaCl, ZnS, etc.
(3) Metallic solids
    Here constituent particles are held together by metallic bonding
    eg; Fe, Ag, etc.
(4) Covalent or network solids
    Here atoms are held together by covalent bonding
    eg;Graphite, Diamond, etc.
 
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