3.012 PS 7
Issued: 11.05.04
Due: 11.12.04
3.012
Fall 2004
THERMODYNAMICS
1. single-component phase diagrams. Shown below is a hypothetical phase diagram for a
single-component closed system. Answer the following questions about this diagram:
a. Apply the
3.012 Quiz 2
10.14.03
100 points total
3.012
Fall 2004
1. Thermodynamics. (50 points).
a. (5 points each part, 30 points total) True-False-explanation. Read the statements
below and decide if they are completely true, or false based on your understanding
3.012 practice problems thermo solutions
Issued: 12.08.04
Not due
3.012
Fall 2004
THERMODYNAMICS
1. Flory-Huggins Theory. We introduced a simple lattice model for polymer solutions in
lectures 24 and 25. The Flory-Huggins model for polymer solutions is a
3.012 Quiz 3
11.04.04
100 points total
3.012
Fall 2004
THERMODYNAMICS SOLUTIONS
1. Consider the following reaction for the formation of solid nickel oxide:
2Ni(l ) + O2(g ) 2NiO(s)
a. (7 points) (i) Write an expression for the free energy change of this r
0.4
0.3
3s
0.2
3p
0.1
3d
0
0
5
10
15
20
3.012 PS 9 THERMODYNAMICS SOLUTIONS
Issued: 11.24.04
Due: 12.03.04
3.012
Fall 2004
THERMODYNAMICS
1. Phase separation of a regular solution. Given below is thermodynamic data for an A-B
solid solution that exhibits
3.012 PS 5
Issued: 10.15.04
Due: 10.22.04
3.012
Fall 2004
2. Formation of an ideal solution is always thermodynamically favorable. Consider the
mixing process described schematically below for an isolated two-component system.
a. Using the ideal solution
3.012 PS 4
Issued:
due:
3.012
Fall 2004
10.06.04
10.13.04 5pm
1. A particular cubic crystal has a lattice constant of 7 . It is irradiated with X-rays produced by
an X-ray tube with a molybdenum target. The strongest intensity produced from such a
target
3.012 PS 3
Issued:
Due:
1.
3.012
Fall 2004
09.22.04
09.29.04
Lattices and symmetry.
a. A pair of periodic two-dimensional patterns are presented on the following sheets. We
have defined the concept of lattice and lattice points prior to our discussion of
3.012 PS 6 Solutions
3.012
Fall 2004
Issued: 10.27.04
Due: 11.03.04
BONDING
This problem set is meant to familiarize you with the basic ideas and the math behind the
Schrdinger equation:
1. Harmonic oscillator: we have studied the equation of motion for t
3.012 Quiz 1 thermodynamics solutions
09.23.04
100 points total
3.012
Fall 2004
Thermodynamics (50 points total):
1. Consider a thermodynamic system consisting of 1 mole of the material examined in problem
3- (alumina, Al2O3)- in the solid state, reversib