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Course: CH 332, Fall 2009
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Problem Set 3 (due 4/11/06) CH332 (SP '06) 1. Skoog problem 15-1 (omit terms (j), (k) and (m)). Draw diagrams as necessary. 2. How do you collect a fluorescence emission spectrum? A fluorescence excitation spectrum? An absorption spectrum? Which two most closely resemble each other? 3. Skoog problem 15-3. 4. Skoog problem 15-4. 5. Skoog problem 15-11. 6. Should water absorb strongly in the infrared? How many...

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Problem Set 3 (due 4/11/06) CH332 (SP '06) 1. Skoog problem 15-1 (omit terms (j), (k) and (m)). Draw diagrams as necessary. 2. How do you collect a fluorescence emission spectrum? A fluorescence excitation spectrum? An absorption spectrum? Which two most closely resemble each other? 3. Skoog problem 15-3. 4. Skoog problem 15-4. 5. Skoog problem 15-11. 6. Should water absorb strongly in the infrared? How many <a href="/keyword/vibrational-modes/" >vibrational modes</a> are expected? Draw the normal <a href="/keyword/vibrational-modes/" >vibrational modes</a> of water and comment on whether they are expected to be IR or Raman active. Comment on the impact that this may have for the use of water as a solvent for IR vs. Raman studies of analytes in solution. 7. How many <a href="/keyword/vibrational-modes/" >vibrational modes</a> are expected for HCN? Draw the normal <a href="/keyword/vibrational-modes/" >vibrational modes</a> . How many unique bands are expected in the IR spectrum? 8. Skoog problem 16-8. 9. S...

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