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J. B. Puthoff Cal Poly Pomona MTE 207 MTE 207 Materials Science and Engineering Fall 2017 Problem Set 01 Study for class on 10/04/2017 Problem #1. Give the electronic configuration of the following ions : a) P +5 b) P 3 c) Sn +4 (tricky!) d) I Problem #2. What types of bonds would you expect to find in the following substances? a) CaF 2 b) Rubber c) Bronze d) Solid Xe e) CdTe Problem #3. How many grams are there in one AMU of material? (A substance with a mass of 1 AMU per atom/molecule has a mass of 1 g per mole.) Problem #4. Determine to which class of material (ceramic, polymer, metal) each of the following belong: a) brass b) magnesium oxide c) Plexiglas d) Polychloroprene e) boron carbide f) cast iron Problem #5. Suppose the potential between two atoms separated by a distance r is given by the 6-12 potential 𝑤(𝑟) = 4? [( ? 𝑟 ) 12 − ( ? 𝑟
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