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MIT OpenCourseWare 5.62 Physical Chemistry II Spring 2008 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use, visit: .
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Information for Second Hour Exam The exam will be closed book and closed notes, but you will be allowed one sheet of 8.5 × 11 paper (both sides) with your own notes, equations, and inspirational quotations. Note that you must incorporate a subset of your notes for Exam I onto this single sheet. You must bring a “simple” calculator. There will be a lot of numerical calculations. Material covered: Lectures 11-21 Problem Sets #4-#6 * q trans , q rot , q vib , q electronic Partition functions for internal degrees of freedom (including nuclear) of atoms,
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Unformatted text preview: diatomic, and polyatomic molecules. nuclear spin, ortho/para symmetry number ortho/para Difference between q vib and q * vib Computation of Thermodynamic quantities for gases from spectroscopic data. Classical Mechanical formulation of Q(N,V,T) Equipartition High-T and Low-T limits for all thermodynamic quantities, especially C v and U. Model inter-particle potentials Intermolecular interactions cluster expansion van der Waals and Virial equation Chemical equilibrium: o A , B o , etc. K p K p (T) partition functions, group factors by type D Dulong and Petit and Einstein models for the heat capacity of a solid....
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