Lecture 6 - CHM 11500-M01 and M02 Dr. John Polles Lectures:...

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CHM 11500-M01 and M02 Dr. John Polles Lectures: M, F at 11:30 and 2:30 Lecture 6 Reading was: KTT: Sections 23.6 - 23.9 Lecture 7: Sections 6.1 – 6.3 Lecture 8: Chapter 6, pp. 285 – 291 & Sections 7.2 - 7.3
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This Week in Chemistry 11500 Homework due on Friday Lab:  Na 2 CO 3  and HCl – Chapter 2 Partners Determine molarity of HCl solution. % error Exam 1:  September 21 @ 8:00 PM 2
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3 Buddy Question #1 This reaction 2 1 H + 3 1 H 4 2 He + 1 0 n is an example of: a. Fusion b. Fission c. Neutron capture d. Beta decay
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4 Nuclear Reactions Fusion Fusion: Production of a heavier nucleus by combination of lighter nuclei. 2 1 H + 3 1 H 4 2 He + 1 0 n
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5 Nuclear Reactions Fusion 2 1 H + 3 1 H 4 2 He + 1 0 n Conditions necessary for ignition of the fusion reaction: *Plasma temperature: 100-200 million K *Energy Confinement Time: 1-2 seconds *Central Density in Plasma: 2-3 x 10 20 particles per m 3 (approximately 0.001 gram/m 3 )
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6 Nuclear Reactions Fusion 2 1 H + 3 1 H 4 2 He + 1 0 n How much energy per mole of 2 1 H is produced?
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7 Calculation of Fusion Energy How much energy per mole of 2 1 H produced? 2 1 H + 3 1 H 4 2 He + 1 0 n 2 1 H = 2.0141022 g/mol 3 1 H = 3.0160494 g/mol 4 2 He = 4.0026036 g/mol 1 0 n = 1.0086654 g/mol Δm = (4.0026036 + 1.0086654) g/mol - (2.0141022 + 3.0160494) g/mol = -0.0188826 g/reaction
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8 Calculation of Fusion Energy How much energy per mole of 2 1 H produced? 2
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Lecture 6 - CHM 11500-M01 and M02 Dr. John Polles Lectures:...

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