E
k
=
1
2
mv
2
E
P
= mgh
E
P
= V =
κ
Q
1
Q
2
d
(
κ
= 8.99x10
9
J m C
2
)
w = F d = F
Δ
x
w =  P
Δ
V
P =
F
A
(P + n
2
a/V
2
)(V  nb) = nRT
Δ
H =
Δ
E + P
Δ
V
=
q
P
q
V
=
∆
E
Δ
H
rxn
=
∑
n
Δ
H
f
(products) 
∑
m
Δ
H
f
(reactants)
Δ
H
rxn
=
Σ
D(bonds broken) –
Σ
D(bonds formed)
Δ
x
Δ
p
≥
h
4
π
or
Δ
x
Δ
mv
≥
h
4
h
=
6.63
×
10
−
34
J
⋅
s
=
3.14
μ
=
δ
•
d
or
μ
= Q • r
1e = 1.602 x 10
19
C
1
D
= 3.34 x 10
30
C m
Z
eff
= Z – S
h = 6.63x10
34
J s
c = 3.00x10
8
m s
1
1
λ
= R
H
1
n
2
1

1
n
2
2
R
H
= 1.0968x10
7
m
1
= 1.0968x10
5
cm
1
(=
2.178x10
18
J)
E
k
=
1
2
m
υ
2
ν
λ
= c
p =
h
λ
λ
=
h
m
υ
E
P
= V =
κ
Q
1
Q
2
d
(
κ
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course CH CH242 taught by Professor Katz during the Spring '10 term at Colby.
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