Solutions to Homework Problems in UPC Chapter 8
March 12, 2015
(Continuation of the solution to problem 8)
e) For an 1s electron the quantum numbers are S = 1/2, L = 0, J = 1/2, so the term symbol is 2 S1/2
f) Since there is a total angular momentum of J
Final Exam
CHEM 374
Prof. Ben-Amotz
May 4, 2015
Name:
CRIB
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plus additional pages containing supplementary information.
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1
1. (30 points) Match the follo
Solutions to Homework Problems in UPC Chapter 9
April 2, 2015
4a) For the H + H + H2+ , the Huckel secular determinant pertaining to the product H+
2 is
E
=0
E
which is equivalent to ( E)2 2 = ( E + )( E ) = [( + ) E][( ) E] = 0, whose roots
are E = + a
Solutions to Homework Problems in UPC Chapter 9
April 13, 2015
b = E is
7a) The matrix expression for H
ca
ca
1
=E
=E
cb
cb
0
b E = 0
This also implies that H
E
E
ca
cb
0
1
=0=
0
0
ca
cb
In order for a solution of the above matrix expression to exist
Solutions to UPC Chapter #10
April 30, 2014
1) The number of thermally accessible states is given by the partition function.
For N2 , we have ( = 2):
T
300 K
qr =
=
52
r
2(2.9 K)
For CO ( = 1):
qr =
T
300 K
107
=
r
(2.8 K)
Note that CO has more accessib
5a)
KN = Kc =
t
r
(qHD
qHD
)2
t
r
t
r
qH2 qH2 qD2 qD
2
=
3/2
mHD
HD R
HD
3/2
mH
2
H2 R
H2
2
3/2
mD
=
2
D2 R
D2
3/2
mHD
HD /HD
3/2
mH
2
H2 /H2
2
3/2
mD
2
D2 /D2
Note that since the units all cancel, the masses may all be entered in molar units (see the fol
Chem 37401
Spring 2016
Laser Raman Spectroscopy
Introduction
Lasers today play an enormous role in physical chemistry. Very often, weak, sometimes
non-linear, interactions of light with matter provide detailed information on a variety of
important molecul