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Problem_Set_4_Key - Chemistry 20" Assignment 4 Due...

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Unformatted text preview: Chemistry 20'") Assignment 4 Due: Friday, October 3 @2:00pm Name Lab TA Lab Day/Time Premise Emblems. ghapter 8: 57, 52,§1, 71, 73,77, 7281,3185, 87. 1 In CéHs, the C atoms are connected in a chain In a rough approximation, some electrons can be viewed as confined to a line with the length of this chain. CE?!s absorbs ultraviolet light with wavelength 357 nm which causes an electron to change from the third lowest allowed energy to the fourth lowest allowed energy. Use this information to estimate the length [11 pm of atypical carbon-carbon bond in CGHE. Tm‘" 'H‘V- c- “5 “ “P“h‘h "34““505‘ u wv‘i’k lit-«34¢» L 81ml +0 Ma imam, oi A’Lt six-Cwsm din/i. En : “I": /9mLL 1... —(‘—’ 2 (3634-4 :- E“ ~E3 : L (HL*3L\ > 3M1." - 4 Saw. I...» L~ - L: 1L.) _ W 9 M< C' 3 (fi'lofi ’“JHLaMZ-118’xis'mr‘) 5?. = 3-314 xlo‘“3 m : i334 EM ] 4-——=? C c~c c c c. L. I’M“ kw“ "£- 2 fl L/S' :- lid-“i fh ‘ In“? S'Ww‘r. 0‘03ka 0W5 Hm. «as-oar. C; H} end-alas ‘ 3 ("C (£=l3$‘fln\ ‘AA 1 (ac (12 IJ‘WFM‘ . ’nmg SKI-(IriJ-Q ‘5 My; slut,“ smile; 2“:qu («n itsirig“ "vs C in a haktnil‘. «J- «H 2. Radial probability distributions of some orbitals are shown in Fi g. 8-35. Sketch qualitative plots (no numbers on the axes) of these distributions for orbitals 4p and 6d. LL; “if-"i .in (Li n:(.IQ=:1. Ii “‘ t 7'. #‘kaIaJ nude) :- n-Q—lz’t. 117.1,; Funk; LAZ: Lifl 3. Figure 8—25 shows spherical nodes of a 35 orbital. (a) Calculate the radius in pm of the outermost spherical node of a 35 orbital for H. (b) Repeat (3) for He‘. ((2) Which is larger and why? («1 F‘row‘ Tlee 3—\ ) QBS’W : Conjhyfi. (Q-Qq_ 4‘03.) C “‘ cv/z. H] -—d" gun/L, O" QEw/Lh, * . SM“ €- /L;éo Gw- a-«y CY" mire; arm“ Cx‘r \O':L ._ C0“ 4' C =2 01. ’nx‘x) GLVHAJ‘ARQ {I‘d-‘9‘ Rx} 2. 5*leM5, UL‘LJH 55 DMX 5:4“ “ 35 “(I’W‘A 1"“ “‘13.“:1 kav‘ntJ halzJ. 0": = (C iJu—m N; = 33 if?) ”“2 M» «a \w G; 3 3+0"; 3+E : 2(11 Y; /3 l" - Z 3%5‘fm (9W For" HJ %11 I 3+5 .1 Mun/3&6 max—Eowflqa :E\3?9M l CC.) Ink (A L2H) Sir Mud “Ha-Ll ‘1, ‘qr3{/- Lr‘. H “‘4‘... ‘Lnl‘ HL-k‘. 1‘14. HL+ “HALL“; ks) ham—2 an“ (Au-ax o-‘r A/Lq H ”\fiL‘LKJ/ J‘u ‘H‘K (f ‘3 th\)\ (r\'-J«tf 4'13 ’VL‘ KMLlEMJ In H3“ 'HNA—x CA H . 4. Construct orbital diagrams as shown on p. 319 for: Ag, Mo, Te‘,As". 9'} {Krlflflflflfl T L44 5‘3 mo CK’) l L i 1 i .___._. Hr} 5.5 T4 Ctr} 1‘ L E. L L 1} 'Ti/L [L Q L'lJK 55 S‘F 95+ [Ctr] ill/Li LL LL 11.- 1),” ’11 __ ...
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