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Unformatted text preview: Sample Final for Chem 1A, 12/05/08 Constants constant value unit Planck’s constant ( h ) 6 . 626 × 10- 34 J · s Rydberg constant ( R H ) 2 . 178 × 10- 18 J speed of light 2.997924 × 10 8 m/s Avogadro’s number 6 . 022 × 10 23 gas constant (R) 8 . 31451 J/K · mol gas constant (R) . 08206 L · atm/K · mol electron charge ( e ) 1 . 6022 × 10- 19 C electron mass 9 . 1094 × 10- 31 kg Proton mass 1 . 67252 × 10- 27 kg Neutron mass 1 . 67495 × 10- 27 kg Handy numbers constant value unit Rydberg energy ( R H ) 2 . 178 × 10- 18 J R H × N A 1312 kJ λ of photon with E = R H 91.45 nm ν of photon with E = R H 3 . 278 × 10 15 Hz λ of electron with E = R H 0.3326 nm speed of electron with E = R H 218.7 km/s Proton/electron mass 1836 Neutron/electron mass 1839 Conversions from to conversion Fahrenheit Celsius o C = ( o F- 32 o F ) × 5 o C 9 o F Celsius Fahrenheit o F = 9 o F 5 o C × ( o C ) + 32 o F Celsius Kelvin K = ( o C + 273 . 15 o C ) ( 1 K 1 o C ) atm torr 1 atm = 760 torr atm Pa 1 atm = 101,325 Pa Typical bond energies in kJ/mol Type Bond energy Type Bond energy Type Bond energy Type Bond energy...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course CHEM 1A 40030 taught by Professor Borovick during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.

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