Undergraduate Quantum Chemistry
Written by Jussi Eloranta ([email protected])
(Updated: May 8, 2015)
Chapter 1: Introduction to quantum mechanics
Niels Bohr (1885 - 1962; Nobel prize 1922):
Anyone who is not shocked by quantum theory has not
understood
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Princeton University - Department of Chemical and Bioiogical Engineering
CBE 503: Advanced Thermodynamics / Prof. Panagiotopoulos I Fall 2012
Problem Set ii 8
Due: 10:30 am Friday 12314 (at precept}
{1] Obtain an expression for the radial
Chapter 2 Physical Fundamentals of Chemical Vapour
Deposition
The CVD techniques rely on the gases which are transported into a reaction
chamber for deposition. In this chapter, the fundamental physics relating to these
techniques are introduced to enable
Semiclassical Statistical Mechanics
from Statistical Physics using Mathematica
James J. Kelly, 1996-2002
A classical ensemble is represented by a distribution of points in phase space. Two important theorems,
equipartition and virial, are derived from th
Princeton University - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
CBE 503: Advanced Thermodynamics / Prof. Panagiotopoulos / Fall 2012
Problem Set # 5
Due: 10:30 am Friday 11/9 (at precept)
[1]
For a one-component sy
Princeton University - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
CBE 503: Advanced Thermodynamics / Prof. Panagiotopoulos / Fall 2012
Problem Set # 8
Due: 10:30 am Friday 12/14 (at precept)
[1]
Obtain an expression
Phy 632: Problem Set 5
(Due: March 31, 2011)
25). In this problem we derive the distribution law in three dierent ensembles.
a) Consider an ensemble of A members in which the energy and particle number of each
member is xed. This is the microcanonical ens
Phy 632: Problem Set 4
(Due: March 30, 2010)
22). Suppose the partition function of the canonical ensemble Z(T, V, N ) is explicitly known
for some system. Determine the Gibbs free energy G and enthalpy H as a function of Z, T ,
and V . Indicate how your
Chem 534: Problem Set #7
Due in class: Tues., Nov. 17th
(1) Determine the most probable velocity in a Maxwell-Boltzmann velocity distribution.
(2) Determine the fluctuation in the translational kinetic energy from the MaxwellBoltzmann velocity distributio
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Gases
The Kinetic Theory of Gases
Basics
1. Sample of gas huge number of atoms (molecules).
2. Atoms are very small compared the space in which they travel.
3. Atoms have translational energy only (ignore rotational, vibrational or other
internal struct
CHAPTER 30
STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS OF MULTl-COMPONENT
INTERFACIAL SYSTEMS
Let us now consider statistical thermodynamic models for the adsorption process, to
develop a molecular level understanding of the phenomenon of adsorption described
classically
Chapter 2
The Poisson-Boltzmann Equation
In this chapter, we give a theoretical treatment of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation,
and discuss the various approximations that enter into it, setting the stage for the various theoretical extensions that are exper