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110110_Homework1 - T = 280, 304 K, and 500 K. Display 3...

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Chem340 Physical Chemistry for Biochemists Dr. Yoshitaka Ishii Homework 1 Due Date Jan 19, 2011 Solve P1.2, P1.3, P1.4, P.1.7, P1.9, P1.15, P.1.18, P.1.21, P1,27, P1.30 in Ch. 1 (Correction P1.30, Use the following equation for P i : P i = P i 0 exp(-M i g z/RT)) 1. For O 2 , Calculate (a) the molecular mass, (b) the molecular weight, (c) the mass of 1 molecule of O 2 , (d) the molar mass. 2. Give the (a) weight % and (a) molar % of O 2 in air at 25 C. 3. What is the relationship of temperatures denoted in K (T) and C (T’)? Use one equation. 4. In. P1.15, what is the partial pressure of Ar for 1.00 atm of air at 60 C? 5. Plot P (in bar) for a varied V (0.05 < V 1.0 L) for one mole of ideal gas at
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Unformatted text preview: T = 280, 304 K, and 500 K. Display 3 graphs in one figure using Excel or other software to draw graphs. Present the equations you used to draw the graphs and explain how you generated each equation. Use bar for the pressure unit. 6. Plot P for a varied V (0.05 &lt; V 1.0 Pa) for one mole of non-ideal gas, CO 2 at T = 280 K, 304 K, and 500 K using equation 1.12 in page 9 and values of a and b in Table 1.3 (Appendix B). Display 3 graphs in one figure. Present the equations you used to draw the graphs and explain how you generated each equation. What is the major difference from the graphs in 5. Use bar for the pressure unit....
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